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Visit to Sinharaja - first time with kx
Lens: 18-55mm, 55-200mm Camera: KX Photo Location: Rain Forest 
Posted By: sanjaya, 08-03-2011, 09:41 PM

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08-03-2011, 11:50 PM   #2
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Sanjaya,
If you're just starting out, you're doing OK. You've got a good concept of framing and subject perspective.
Where things are critically problematic in these images are in the focus point. They are all blurry either from motion blur or incorrect focusing, except perhaps in #5, 7 and 8, which are all reasonably sharp at this resolution.
Some of these subjects are difficult to capture adequately with the kit lenses you have, but you can at least get sharp images by observing your shutter speed, stopping your lenses down further and concentrating on your focusing technique.

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Sanjaya,
If you're just starting out, you're doing OK. You've got a good concept of framing and subject perspective.
Where things are critically problematic in these images are in the focus point. They are all blurry either from motion blur or incorrect focusing, except perhaps in #5, 7 and 8, which are all reasonably sharp at this resolution.
Some of these subjects are difficult to capture adequately with the kit lenses you have, but you can at least get sharp images by observing your shutter speed, stopping your lenses down further and concentrating on your focusing technique.
Thank You Ash for you valuable ideas and your time on commenting this.

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