Thursday, 12 March 2015

Bad quality





//Shirt - Asos // Jeans - ONLY // Shoes - Vans // 

Det er ikke så længe siden jeg har købt nyt kamera, hvilket jeg gjorde af to grunde. 1) Det gamle kunne ikke filme. 2) Det tog ikke særlig gode billeder. 
Efter jeg har brugt mit nye kamera i noget tid, så synes jeg heller ikke helt at det tager de aller skarpeste billeder. Jeg kan ikke særlig ofte have mine full-body outfit alene, uden at sætte dem sammen to og to, da de ellers ser meget grynede ud. Kameraet burde jo sagtens kunne klare opløsningen på bloggen. Det er forresten ét Canon EOS 700D.

Er der nogle der har nogle råd til, hvordan jeg kan undgå at få dem så grynede? 



// It is not so long ago I bought a new camera, which I did for two reasons. 1) The old could not film. 2) It did not take very good pictures.
After using my new camera for a while, I do not think that it takes very sharpest images. I cannot very often have my full-body outfit pictures alone, without putting them together in pairs, otherwise they look very grainy. The camera should easily manage solution on the blog. It is a Canon EOS 700D.

Are there someone who have some advice on how I can avoid getting them so grainy?



9 comments:

  1. No advice sadly but I've found that if a photo looks a bit grainy or it won't fit into the square on Instagram I pair them up too! http://cottonandcandie.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. My instagram pictures use to fit luckily :D

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  2. I love the ripped jeans - try an image compressor maybe? There are lots online.

    Lizzie Dripping

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    1. I will see what I can find. Thanks for the tip :)

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  3. love those jeans

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  4. I love your outfit. Laid back and casual, but still very fashionable!
    Unfortunately, I don't have any advice for you, but I'm shocked and kinda thankful for your information about the Canon EOS 700D, because I actually planned on buying it to make better quality pics for my blog as well.
    Maybe you should try another lense? But I'm not an expert or so, so I'm sorry that I can't give you any advice. I hope someone can help you because the camera isn't cheap and I know how annoying it is when you buy something with big expectations and then it doesn't work the way you expected it to :(

    Greetings from Austria,
    http://tamaraami.blogspot.co.at

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    1. I have bought the 1.8/f 50 mm lens too, but I still do not think it is as good as I want it to be. But I think that it is me and not the Camera that does something wrong :D

      But thanks for your advice <3

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  5. love the look!

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