Calling all photographers. I’ve been away at a conference, so my first day back into the blogging community, and I’m begging for help!
I seem to have photographic disasters every time I try to take indoor photos of important things like conferences. The CCSS Conference was a major success with nearly 800 in attendance, but my pictures are worse than embarrassing!
I have a Canon Xti Camera. My problem used to be lighting, so I switched to program rather than automatic, and adjust the lighting. The result is that I didn’t use flash. When I switched to automatic and used flash, the picture came out bluer and harsh.
When I didn’t use automatic, some, but not all, of my photos are blurry. Do I need a tripod? Part of the movement seems to come from the people themselves as much as my movement.
Here is an untouched photograph that I really needed to come out beautiful.
Here is the same photo touched up with my drawing pad, so that it is now more like a painting than a photo.
Are there any Photoshop remedies for blurry pictures. I love what Photoshop does for bad lighting, but that is not MY only problem!
HELP! What should I do? I have important people who need and deserve better pictures than I took!