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Canon PowerShot SX210 IS
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Dec 15, 2010, 6:10:13 PM
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Christmas Snow Globe v3 by BttrflyKisses Christmas Snow Globe v3 by BttrflyKisses
One of the pics in my little Precious Moments Snow Globe collection.

This is my first time at giving photography a try, so all constructive criticism is welcomed.

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Please do not use my pictures without my authorization.

Entry for the contest "Christmas in the Air" held by :iconourarea51:
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HikarinoChou Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful photo! :iconasnowmanplz:
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SkwurliBiskit Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I really like this shot because of the perspective it puts on the room in the reflection of the globe, as well as the angle in general :) I don't know much about photography :XD: but i do know i like this picture ^^
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BttrflyKisses Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010
Thanks a bunch! I don't know much about photography yet either! I'm still learning and just taking pics that just "look good to me" and hope they actually look good to other people too. lol!
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SkwurliBiskit Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
That's an awesome strategy that i think will get you places :D
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BttrflyKisses Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2010
Let's hope!
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JWFisher Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010   Photographer
If you were able to set the camera on the counter or what not for this shot, do it again but ptu the camera in AV mode and set the aperture to the highest number you can, it might make the shot five or six seconds but it may manage to turn some of your lights in the back into star bursts. :-) Similar to this [link]
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BttrflyKisses Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010
What number aperture do you think I'd need to achieve that look? I don't think mine goes past 8, I'll double check. That look is very pretty though, I'd love to achieve that!
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JWFisher Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010   Photographer
Well my shot was F22, but that is rather extreme. Start with whatever min aperture you can manage. (maximum aperture is the small number and indicates wide open). I could not find the min aperture for your camera, it will be a larger number when zoomed in vs zoomed out. Put it in Av mode and see what you can dial the aperture to, if you can manage F11 that would probably do it, if F8 is min then give it a try.
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BttrflyKisses Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010
I tried increasing it to 8 but the starbursts only appear if i focus on the tree a little more and less on the snow globe... which i didn't like.
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