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to toss a season

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to toss a season

the leaves are just blurs. oh, dear. =3 i did my best! i'll try again sometime. any tips, people?

Tags: leaves, fall, fence, sister, autumn, yard, outside, hands, backyard, shed, blurry, november, balls, throw, oh well, mabye i'll try with snow one of these days, i wish it would snow because that might be helpful =p, amazement

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Robin
December 04, 2013

I love the colors and idea! Besides the blurriness, which you mentioned, it's perfect! Favorite!

horses2000
December 05, 2013

wow, thanks! do you know how to make it NOT blurry?

Robin
December 06, 2013

Well, do you have a camera where you can adjust the settings?

horses2000
December 06, 2013

i do. it includes a lot of adjustable settings, actually. =)

The Epic Factor
December 07, 2013

Nice one! :)

horses2000
December 11, 2013

thanks, @The Epic Factor. =)

Palindrome
January 23, 2014

AMAZING! SERIOUSLY! WOW! love.

Palindrome
January 23, 2014

@horses2000- I just read the above comments. If you have a camera with all the adjustable settings, then you need to adjust the shutter speed. The higher the speed, the more sharp any moving objects will be. But having the leaves blurry in this shot is what makes it wonderful. Artistic :D

Palindrome
January 23, 2014

Do you know what aperture and ISO are?

JollyRabbit
January 25, 2014

I simply love this picture! The little bit of expression you can see on your sister's face is priceless. :) Great job!! :D I adore the composition and colors, too! I've had problems catching stuff in action, too. Other than what Palindrome said, you could also change to Sports mode, which (on my camera, anyways) takes 5 pictures quickly as long as you are holding the shutter. Those pictures will capture the falling objects clearly. :) Have fun!

horses2000
January 27, 2014

Aperture: yes. ISO: no. Dearly please explain. ;) So the higher the shutter speed the sharper the moving objects? Will keep that in mind. You like the blur? Wow! Well, thanks.

horses2000
February 02, 2014

@JollyRabbit- thank you!! I don't have sports mode, actually...just kids & pets. But I can see if my other [not so good] camera has that, and it probably does. Again, thanks for commenting! And I think the main reason for that facial expression is because she did not want little leaf specks in her eyes. ;) SHE is priceless.

Robin
February 22, 2014

So I will fail at explaining this but: ISO is basically the sensitivity of the sensor in your camera. The higher the number, the more sensitive it is to light. But, the higher the ISO, the more grain. Other people can probably explain it a lot better.

LightPhonics
May 21, 2014

I would leave the leaves blurry, but change to your widest aperture, around 3.5 or so, and also shoot when the sun is backlighting the subject so that it brings out the edges of the leaves and gets rid of the light creeping in from the side here

horses2000
May 22, 2014

@LightPhonics- Thank you! I'll keep those tips in mind.

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