A weekend in Chicago

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  1. xsists

    xsists TPF Noob!

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    So I just bought a Canon Rebel XT a couple weeks ago and have been playing with it a bit. Really getting into this photography thing. Here are a few pics from my trip to Chicago this weekend. Not too much post processing. Please C&C! I want to learn how to take better pics and better post process!

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    I love the windy city!

    And welcome!
     
  3. lifeafter2am

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    I like the Bat-Lexus.. that's what it looks like to me at least. :)
     
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    i love #3... that lexus is hottttt!!!!
    better number your pics before the moderator yells at you.
     
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    Cool shots of the car show. I am on my way to shoot the car show in Toronto tomorrow. You took great subjects. All I can think of for you to experiment with is perhaps randomizing the angles in a few shots. Get down real low and shoot upwards etc. Good pictures though.
     

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