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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > First Outdoors shoot with DSLR (Viewed 1267 times)
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First Outdoors shoot with DSLR
< on 3/16/2015 6:40 PM >
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Taken at Cass Scenic Railroad. Please critique





















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Re: First Outdoors shoot with DSLR
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Are you doing manual focusing? These all seem a bit soft, and I'm curious about your white balance. I assume you've done some post-processing...but, in a few of them the colors are WAY off...too saturated, too vibrant.




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Re: First Outdoors shoot with DSLR
< Reply # 2 on 4/15/2015 2:56 AM >
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I was wondering the same thing. HDR?

That said, I really like your composition. Nice job with the new camera.

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< Reply # 3 on 4/20/2015 6:56 PM >
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Great shots! There is an orange color cast in the fourth photo. You also might want to look into a loupe for your camera to nail focus.




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Shooting in RAW and editing in adobe lightroom (or photoshop's camera raw) can fix any white balance issues and sharpen up the soft look if you seek to eliminate it.




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