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I have a Sony F828. It does wonderful as long as I am using the lens at 200mm..

I can print a 16x20 with no problem. Using the same lighting and exposure, when I switch to 28mm the image does not have as much detail. I can barely get a good 11x14. I find this true for most digital cameras. Can anyone tell me why, and how I can get an equally good full length image?..

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The title implies that you get sharp results in wide angle. From the post I understood that it's the other way around..

To get sharper wide angle shots you may try to stop down the lens (f/4 or f/5.6).VictorBucuresti, Romaniahttp://s106.photobucket.com/albums/m268/victor_petcu/http://picasaweb.google.com/teodor.nitica/..

Comment #1

You need to give us some more information..

What exactly are you trying to photograph? What is the light like? etc..

It would be useful if you could post one of the images that you think is sharp and one that you think isn't sharp. It would also be useful to give the exposure details for each (aperture, shutter speed and ISO).Chris R..

Comment #2

100 ISO f/4 at 125 Same for both close up and full length.Photographing a child indoors.I don't know how to show you a photo...

Comment #3

Jenscenes wrote:.

100 ISO f/4 at 125 Same for both close up and full length.Photographing a child indoors.I don't know how to show you a photo..

If you go back to the Forum level, click on Rules/help at the top right and instructions for including images are about 2/3 of the way down..

There is no obvious answer to your problem without seeing the images.Chris R..

Comment #4

I would love to show you the images. I don't understand how to get them here.What does web address of the image mean?..

Comment #5

You need to put your images on a site like pbase or flickr and then link to the address on the site in your message here.Chris R..

Comment #6

Here goes........

Image control:Zoom outZoom 100%Zoom inExpand AllOpen in new window.

Image control:Zoom outZoom 100%Zoom inExpand AllOpen in new window..

Comment #7

Jenscenes wrote:.

What am I doing wrong?.

To obtain the web address of an image in your online host (Flickr, Photobucket, free, among others) you have to look for the HTML code; it has four lines; in the first line you can read four letters (http); in the third line you can read again these four letters (http) and also (.jpg).Delete everything before the second (http).Delete everything after (.jpg)What remains is the web address of your image. Regards,Eduardo..

Comment #8

Is this right?.

Image control:Zoom outZoom 100%Zoom inExpand AllOpen in new window.

Image control:Zoom outZoom 100%Zoom inExpand AllOpen in new window..

Comment #9

I think this is a depth of field of problem. When at the tele end (200mm) you DOF is shallow so the in focus portion really pops out at you. When using the same settings at the wide end the DOF expands greatly and therefore flattens the image..

Use a DOF calculator to get the idea and try a different apperture to get the same DOF and see if the picture looks better to you..

Http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/DOF-calculator.htm.

-Tim..

Comment #10

Jenscenes wrote:.

I am too stupid to use this..

Http://www.flickr.com/photos/jenscenes/DSC03191.jpghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jenscenes/DSC03187.jpg.

Jenscenes, I had same unpleasent problems with posting. Try this:This instruction is good, in general, for Flickr, Picasa and others..

1. Open your pic in Flickr2. In the right side column clik on look for different sizes3. Click on the size you choose, medium is ok..

4. In same page under the photo there is the HTML of your pic. Copy it, I can not show you an example because of this writing system. You copied four lines,xxxxxxxxxhttpxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhttpxxxxxxxxjpgxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

Delete everything before the second http and everything after jpg and what remains look something like this:httpxxxxxxxjpgThe later is what you have to use as html address of your pic for posting..

Eduardo..

Comment #11

PLEASE READ WELL:.

3. Click on the size you choose, medium is ok, and you will open an image with the chosen size. In this new page, under the photo, there is the HTML of your pic.etc..

Eduardo..

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