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    04-07-2011, 11:03 AM
  #11
Yearling
So I have been playing about with settings on my camera on "Custom Shooting mode with user setting"

This is the settings that I used.

Photometry - Multi
White balance - custom ( I don't actually know how it works haha)
High speed shooting - on
Focuing - AF
AF mode - Tracking
Sharpness - STD
Flash - +0
Bracketing - +1/3

Also I edit my pictures using paint.net
My lovely model for today is my cat jynxie :)

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This one is unedited bar cropping and re-sizing the picture.

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    04-07-2011, 06:37 PM
  #12
Started
I use a Canon EOS 500D and the kit lens which I absolutely love using. I try to not use the auto settings unless I just want a quick shot or something. I mainly use M (manual).
I'm still learning myself and I love just playing around with the different settings.
I then edit my pictures using Photoshop cs5 (curves, layers, saturation, actions, contrast etc.).
I've learned a lot from a photography forum that I'm on. Can't link to it here, but search POTN in google.

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