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Topside pics of Pana Lumix ZS3

Discussion in 'Dive-O-Rama' started by Evie G, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. Evie G

    Evie G Barangay Pasaway

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    Ei! All my prof photog bros out there, pls comment on what i have to improve on my shots.
    Dnt know anything abt photography. I just point & shoot when i see something I like.
    Dnt even know any adjustments, etc.. My cam is just a simple PNS.
     
  2. Evie G

    Evie G Barangay Pasaway

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    hay.. if i know i will get aluminum casing din, i would have gotten LX3 na!
     
  3. shugar

    shugar Solo Diver

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    you have a fairly decent sense of composition na - and that's a great starting point - praktis nalang katapat nyan...

    tama si lolo john... it starts with sun and trees...

    Jag
     
  4. Evie G

    Evie G Barangay Pasaway

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    Thx Jag. I have some uw pics using my aunts sealife reefmaster, posted in FB album. :wink: Cnt wait to try my ZS3 UW...
     
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2009
  5. Evie G

    Evie G Barangay Pasaway

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    a bit more..:D
     

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  6. jonix

    jonix Photographer

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    try shooting high/low angle not just straight up like most normally do when taking a pic :)
     
  7. underseasian

    underseasian Instructor, Scuba

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    Thinking of buying this camera - would you recommend it?
     
  8. clgsamson

    clgsamson Koya Kap

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    Listen to your mentor (jon), he can also teach you how to enhance your pics through photochop. ;D pwede din tawagan for more tutorials.
     
  9. jonix

    jonix Photographer

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    let's ask evie to try shoot a tree high angle only please :rofl3::rofl3::rofl3:
     
  10. bing.

    bing. Barangay Pasaway

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    low angle, straight up?


    tito i like this tip. sino subject?
     

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