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Picture lifeless.

I would love you think why the photos look like me, pale and without life.

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Data photography.

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I don't see paleness or lack of a life, but I do see how things can improve.

1. According to the film, film speed shutter very quick (1/4000), but with צמצמם open in relation to what you have taken. It was better to close the aperture more at the expense of speed photography. Usually photos of this kind using a number of easy-to-remember - the aperture 8 and speed 1/800 you would get more contrast in all areas and speed fast enough to not get the"smell".

2. The horizon line in the picture is not straight, which will make that you need to align it using the software and lose no small parts of the picture. It is desirable to strictly take a picture straight.

3. Note that the exposure of the sky and the water is good. One of the least lit part of the buildings, and maybe that's also the problem you feel. There's 2 options to take care of it - recommended in such a case is to use בלייטרום and processing Easy of exposure in a selective (brush) in places which want more shine. Another way and more complex is to measure the exposure in locally and not as the average of the entire frame and expose according to buildings, but take into account that what might happen is the sky will be concerning overdose and some of the parts on the water, in such a case you can take 3 different exposures and the photo shoot for HDR.

If the aforementioned concepts foreign to you - don't be shy, tell and we'll try and direct you how to learn these concepts.

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Thanks for the answer detailed.

Is there a rule of thumb of the aperture 8 and speed 1/800 landscape photography like this ?

My desire is as little as possible to mess with the editing of the pictures after taking them. (Not as a result of lack of knowledge, but lack of time)

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I don't know what that rule of thumb but if you meant to ask if it is usually fixed - so no, it's not usually permanent, but these data easy to remember, for those who don't want to mess too much with measurements of light, and they usually work good as long as it's not on a cloudy day, very וסגרירי. Anyway, I do recommend to experiment with measurements of light and to be more specific and be as much as you can in full control and produce the frame that you want. It's a little hard to learn it especially in the digital age that causes us to become lazy...

Light metering is one of the parts most of us don't like to mess with him. And there are 3 options usually of light metering in the camera and most photographers-amateur don't mess with the button or these options, although it is one buttons the most crucial in Photography. As stated, I recommend trying to aim the camera to measure instantaneous or average points and experiment 2 these situations and refrain from measuring an average of the entire frame.

Video Next you can learn a little bit about the three options and when you should use every one of them:

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Thank you