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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > First couple rolls of film (Viewed 605 times)
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First couple rolls of film
< on 6/18/2017 7:10 AM >
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Critique a few shots from my rolls. 200iso film shot between 2-1/64th seconds and f/2.8-4ish. I should probably keep a notepad of shot settings to improve on but c'est la vie.

Also composition tips, I'm winging it here.

Sigma 24mm f/2.8 so I'm getting a lot of tearing on the edges.


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Re: First couple rolls of film
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I don't know what film you're using, but you shouldn't be getting that much grain with a 200 iso.
24mm is very wide but fortunately docent distort, although I do think it hurt some of these photos and I don't like the light loss on the sides.

The photo of the girl is by far the best, but it looks out of focus.
I also like the one with Foghorn Leghorn, but I think changing the composition would help a lot. Maybe facing it instead of off the side.

For the one with the tv, I think it's very good but would be better if it was vertical and included the tops of the awards. I also don't love the look of flash but you're in a hard spot with it being so dark. If you're able, I'd recommend long exposures with a tripod. If for some reason you don't like tripods you could also try bouncing the flash off the ceiling so you don't get as much glare in the glass.

I don't really like the one of the dressers or windows. The dressers aren't all that interesting and the window just has so much negative space, you also can't really tell what most of it is.




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Re: First couple rolls of film
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Im not sure whats going on with the vignetting on your pictures, but I suspect its the scan. Sometimes if I use a lens
hood at a wide angle I get it too.

It looks kinda cool though.




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(sorry double posted)



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