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Re: Wonderfull photography spot in Indonesia(Vol 2)

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Sun May 06, 2018 10:54 am

D Alex wrote:OK, better light position, but your subject is blurred, out of focused, and larger than the frame. Now, if only you can shoot at a higher speed with a more open f-stop so that your actions shots aren't all blurred, shoot from a greater distance so your pics aren't cropped, and get a better handle on focus. In fact, it looks like this is really a very poor spot for photography; can't you find something further from the urban chaos?

I am sorry because my lens cover're dirty, i can, but, in another time i am attached
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Re: Wonderfull photography spot in Indonesia(Vol 2)

Postby D Alex » Sun May 06, 2018 4:16 pm

Ronal U18C Indonesia wrote:
D Alex wrote:OK, better light position, but your subject is blurred, out of focused, and larger than the frame. Now, if only you can shoot at a higher speed with a more open f-stop so that your actions shots aren't all blurred, shoot from a greater distance so your pics aren't cropped, and get a better handle on focus. In fact, it looks like this is really a very poor spot for photography; can't you find something further from the urban chaos?

I am sorry because my lens cover're dirty, i can, but, in another time i am attached


That's not a dirty lens, that's just a terrible photo! If you entered that photo into a competition for the 'worst train photo', this one would be a strong contender.
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Re: Wonderfull photography spot in Indonesia(Vol 2)

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Mon May 07, 2018 2:30 am

D Alex wrote:OK, better light position, but your subject is blurred, out of focused, and larger than the frame. Now, if only you can shoot at a higher speed with a more open f-stop so that your actions shots aren't all blurred, shoot from a greater distance so your pics aren't cropped, and get a better handle on focus. In fact, it looks like this is really a very poor spot for photography; can't you find something further from the urban chaos?

The near crossing number 23 Sepanjang traffic teribble, when a Mabenma tanker train take to arrive Sepanjang station
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Indonesia night shoot

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Tue May 15, 2018 5:59 am

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The Sancaka's snake ready to crossing Mabenma tanker train
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Re: Indonesia night shoot

Postby D Alex » Tue May 15, 2018 5:50 pm

Is that a train, or a jet coming in for a landing? Generally in railroad photography, you have to see an actual TRAIN....
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Re: Indonesia night shoot

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Tue May 15, 2018 7:46 pm

D Alex wrote:Is that a train, or a jet coming in for a landing? Generally in railroad photography, you have to see an actual TRAIN....


Incosequential Sir D'Alex how could it be jet through in crossing sky, ussually jet through station emplasment sky certainly train
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Re: Indonesia night shoot

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Tue May 15, 2018 7:49 pm

D Alex wrote:Is that a train, or a jet coming in for a landing? Generally in railroad photography, you have to see an actual TRAIN....

Btw, Sir D'Alex know ins and outs of railroad photograph is you master of railroad photograph?
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Re: Indonesia night shoot

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Thu May 17, 2018 9:33 am

D Alex wrote:Is that a train, or a jet coming in for a landing? Generally in railroad photography, you have to see an actual TRAIN....

[img]https://img6.uploadhouse.com/fileuploads/26057/260576768c73546ce2355cd7993eda609a9be169.jpg[[/img]
The Mabenma faculty tanker train after crossed with Sancaka train
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Study photography with Sir D'Alex

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Tue May 22, 2018 6:37 am

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The portico of the train on thecrossing path 23

Postby Ronal U18C Indonesia » Sat May 26, 2018 11:59 pm

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Re: Study photography with Sir D'Alex

Postby D Alex » Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:54 am

#1: Grainy, poor lighting, not focused, poor contrast.
#2: same
#3: Grainy, unfocused, shooting into the light, leaving photo very over-exposed. Poor contrast.
#4: All the problems of above, as well as having a dirty lens.

Honestly, a pinhole camera would take better pictures. Don't quit your day job.
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