2 More begginer shots...C&C please!

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  1. Muay_Thai_Dan

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    Thanks for looking!

    -Dan
     
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    the 1st one needs a little white balance adjusting. its also a little too dark for me. a little more contrast would do good also.

    the 2nd one is a better photo but my eye isn't really drawn to one specific point or area of the photos.

    overall, keep up the good work! practice makes perfect!
     
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    hmm both good points...thank you for the c&c...ill work on that
     
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    maybe i dont get number 1... were you trying to get the smooth water look at just didnt do it right, or were you really just taking a pic of a tap flowing?
     
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    i was taking a pic of the tap, and trying to make the water from the tap look smooth.
     
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    You need a much longer exposure. I find that with fast moving water, you need a quite long exposure.
     
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    yes, to get the look i think you were looking for, you need long exposure... and a tripod
     

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