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Post 3+ Months Ago

I went to my orientation for college last week and took a few pictures. I think it one turned out the best.

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However, I should of turned my aperture up more to get the further parts in focus. It was kind of a snap shot.
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Neat photo.

I can't tell if there's really clouds in that thing or if it's just reflections on the glass.
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Nice one, spoof. How did you take that? Did you place your camera vertical?

and I don't know if I can shoot the sky, I thought the sun ray will burn the lens?
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Ya, I just sat on the ground and looked up toward the sky, making sure the sun was till behind the Sky Dome, that way the sun wouldnt bleed out the image. I have a UV filter and a CPL filter.
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There are ways in which you still can take photos of the sun that won't bleed the photo too much George.

The fun with having Digital cameras is there are no limits as to what type of photos you can take because most DSLR cameras usually have enough on it to prevent certain things happening that you wouldn't be able to avoid if you just had the basic point and click digital camera.
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