- Animal & wildlife
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- 1/99s f/5.7 ISO 200 126mm
- instant photography
Hello my dear friend vivekanand.! When I see your reply to my comments below, it made me very happy - THANK YOU! Also, because you talk about some different things that you are trying, I think it's better to start a new conversation in your picture thread. I hope that is OK for you?14 February 2014
First, as you asked below, it would be my pleasure to try to assist you with your photography for the buildings you are taking photos of! I think maybe you know that is one of the things I do in photography for one of my businesses. I take houses and building pictures for the businesses who are advertising them for sale. I will show you some of those below so you can see what I mean. So, I am very excited that you are now doing the same kind of photos and to try to give you some advice for when you post them on Focussion! Thank you so much for asking all of us in this community! I am sure others here will be able to give some great advice, which will probably be better than my advice, too.!!
Second - thank you for saying what you have for a camera - a Canon 60D, that will help all of us to try to make suggestions for you based on what your camera is able to do. What do you have for a lens or other lenses? That information will help also. It is also great to see that you are trying some different things with the Shutterspeed, ISO and F-stop!! Nicely done!!
So, since you are now taking pictures of what I take (buildings, houses and inside rooms) here are some pictures I take of some buildings and houses since the past four years - and I do this a lot - and I am still learning how to do it better!
OK - a Big house on the sea coast. It sells for about $1,700,000 USD:
Another larger old building in Portsmouth NH USA
And some inside pictures of some other homes:
Anyway - I thank you so very much for your wonderful note back you posted below! And, as you know, we are excited to see your new work on Focussion!!
My Best Regards Always,