A couple fun shots from this summer

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  1. jjparson

    jjparson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hey gang-

    It has been a long time since I have participated, but still have been taking a lot of pictures and I am definitely improving. Here are a couple I would love to get some feedback on. I am still learning a lot and would love some ideas on composition, exposure, and post processing. Thanks in advance!

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    20100711-_CRS8246 by pingeye, on Flickr

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    20100903-_CRS9245 by pingeye, on Flickr

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    20100903-_CRS9260 by pingeye, on Flickr
     
  2. mrpink

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    Love #1, just wish the entire wagon was in the shot. Works well as is though. I don't think you will find better expressions than that.

    The other two... eh.




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    Love, love those little precious faces! To me this is what photos are about - capturing a mood. Great job.
     
  4. jjparson

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    Thanks for the feedback thus far. I like the wagon one the best as well. It was challenging to capture the moment, but I agree the expressions on the faces turned out to be classic.

    As for the other two. Any advice on what I could have done differently? I found out that getting a good exposure of a fish is more challenging than I thought it was going to be.
     
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    on #2 you might have gotten a better image with a polarizing filter
     

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