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I didn't use flash, and i'm lucky in my living room i have windows on each side and it was a great sunny day! I don't have photoshop yet i'm still trying to figure out which one to buy, but i'd love to bring out her eyes in pics like I see in some others pics. I have a kodak c340 and I think it takes great clear pics for being a mediocre camera.
Sorry about the sun, although a bright overcast day can make some beautiful pictures sometimes. I really prefer photos with natural lighting though, maybe thats because I really can't afford fancy equiptment lol. I think if you increase your ISO in low lighting it will help.
Awe, she is so adorable...and she looks like she hs a great time modeling for her Mommy.
loving alissa and olivia ~ Yes, try increasing your ISO, try a little at a time, say 400...what do you shoot at now? You don't want to go any higher then you have to or you'll get more grain then you want.