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I've been kind of hitting a bumpy spot with my camera lately. I don't know if I'm just having a complete mental block, but I'm really struggling just to get a halfway decent shot. I'm fine if I'm just shooting photos of others, but as soon as I put it on the tripod and try to get the settings right, I end up with an epic fail. (These are the only decent photos out of almost a hundred. That's both sad and pathetic.) So I'm just trying to play around with the camera in all kinds of different light and see if I can get back on track with this. Part of the reason I like blogging so much is working with the camera, even though I am such a beginner it's exciting to see how far I've come since the first month of taking photos.
One thing I've noticed is that there is a huge difference between the photos taking in the warm air and the photos taken in the cold. My cold photos are much sharper, grainier and harsher looking. I haven't quite figured out how to get around that, since the exposure settings don't seem to help with this. (And I still haven't really figured out this appature thing, it's pretty hit and miss for me.) So I'll have to ask if anyone has any imput on this, what do you do for your photos in the colder air?