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first pics

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Here are my first pics with the new camera. How do they look and what could I do to improve. Thanks

30d sigma 70-200

wideopen ap

iso 500

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These look good to me. Glad to see you rolled out the new Canon and fired a few. grin

I like to get the subject with the face toward the camera more often than not. Adds a bit to the photo to see expression. smile

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I think that they would have been nice shots from the front it was so windy didnt know which way the frisbees were going

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They do look good. My suggestion would be the same as Steve's on trying to get these from the front. The other thing to consider would be not to shoot wide open. A little more DOF will help with keeping the dog in focus, especially if shot more from the front.

The subject to camera distance will have a greater effect on whether or not your backgrounds will be out of focus. Stay close to the subject and those backgrounds will melt away, even at f4.0 or f5.6.

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Nice shots - welcome to a great place to learn about photography - everyone here is so good about sharing and teaching!

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