1st photo post

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by proz, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. proz

    proz TPF Noob!

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    Hi, I got lost ya know. Signed up here awhile back and could not seem to find my way back again. But here I is now :shock:

    I just bought a Canaon 300D and this is one of my first shots with it.

    Just printed out the directions for posting an image, any bets I flub it?

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  2. proz

    proz TPF Noob!

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    hey.....I did it right.
     
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    Nytmair TPF Noob!

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    i like the photo, but the frame is pretty distracting in my opinion
     
  4. Gandalf

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    I really enjoy this photo, seems very graceful...
     
  5. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Waaait a a minute here...you printed out the directions on how to post? You mean we have a newbie that actually READS THE HOW TO STICKIES before posting??? HOLY CRAP THAT'S AWESOME! :)

    I really like this shot...very nice...agree with the distracting frame. Maybe if it were centered.

    Um..welcome to the forum by the way! :)
     
  6. Greenlandgirl

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    Welcome.
    I think it's a great perspective, but the framing is disturbing because it's too close to the objects in the pic. If the shot had been taken from further away the blurry frame might have worked.
    But love the idea of the pic where you focus on the spot where the music springs forth.
    Keep up the good work :)
     

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