thank you really much what kind of camera do you use? the settings usually help, but as far as I know you can only adjust them on bridge (which is what I have) and reflex cameras >.> thank you very much, I'm really glad you like it
It's a Sony...very basic model. I don't know what different kinds of cameras there are, honestly. I just get what I can afford, and shoot. I've managed to get one or two that weren't toooooo bad, but they're still pretty poor quality. Ah, well. Just gotta keep practicing. ^^
Don't thank me. ^^ Just keep up the marvelous work!
hehe I don't think you need to know them only cuz you take photos, in fact I know really less about cameras too ^^" but I think enough for knowing that with the small compact cameras you aren't able to choose the exposure time etc yourself, the cameras try to get it best theirselves. I'm not sure if all compact cameras are like that but the ones I know ^^" sometimes (especially for running water when you take a long exposure time) it's nice when you can appoint the exposure time etc yourself, especially when you want to try out something, for example how the pic looks with different camera options^^ maybe you somewhen get a chance to buy a bridge or even reflex camera it's a little difficult to change from compact to a more complicated camera but it's worth it, if you ask me hehe yeah, still practice is the best thing ya can do, definitely ^-^
na dann, ich hoffe das hilft hehe wenn nich hab ich noch tausend andere feuerbilder irgwo xDD feuer is ja auch nich grad einfach zu zeichnen >.> aber zumindest als bleistiftskizze machts spaß sinnlos linien zu krizzeln und feuer dranzuschreiben xDD