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Good fiore 2012-08-12 6:57

Hi Deepti Sharma,
welcome to TE. this cute squirrel gave me a smile!
I would tell you that the picture quality is not the best, because the sharpness is poor, the background is very dirty.
isolate a subject from the background makes a photo more beautiful, to do this you could use a low value of f (f/2.8 or f/4).
to have greater sharpness you have to use a time equal at least to the ratio between the length of the lens and the number 1 (i.e. if you use a 50mm lens, you have to shoot at a time at least 1/50).
if these things already know I'm sorry to have you disturbed, otherwise use them and you'll see that your pictures immediately gain results.

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Old 12-02-2012, 11:05 AM
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Hi Fiore,

Thank you for the useful information. I will try this next time I click. Hope you like my future pictures better.
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