2nd attempt C&C please

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by CyclonePWR, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. CyclonePWR

    CyclonePWR TPF Noob!

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    I took some suggestions from the first photos I posted. Link below.

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...allery/151400-my-first-photos-c-c-please.html

    I know there boring but where I live its all dead and cold right now. I'll try to come up with something more interesting next time. I am more concerned with good exposure, focus and composition right now.

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    2. Next time I will use a larger F stop to blur the background, I think that would make it look much better. (edited now)


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    So what do you think? any better?:thumbup::thumbdown:
     
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    i think with what you had to work with, you did well
     
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    The first and third shots are improvements because you're not shooting through branches like you did in your first set. The colors aren't as vibrant though...and the third shot seems bluish.

    The B&W conversion is well done, but the I don't care for the cut off legs.

    So...better? A little.

    Did you think about shooting the tree in the third shot from a different angle...like sitting down in from of it and shooting up so that you don't get the roofs in the shot? Bare tree against a stark sky.
     
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    Ok cool thanks, so I think like this the b&w would be better.
     
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