Advice PLZ : ) First Pictures

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  1. Garbear1020

    Garbear1020 TPF Noob!

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    Hello just found the site AUSOME! Please give any advice suggestions comments remarks everything I want to get better.....
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  2. Bifurcator

    Bifurcator TPF Noob!

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    2 and 5 look either out of focus or enlarged beyond their limits. If it's the later case get Genuine Fractal or Alien Skin's BlowUp.

    Number 4 has sharpening halo and color fringing. In a shot like that it's easy to fix the colored aberrations by using the Hue/Saturation tool in Colorize mode. And I don't know an easy way of removing sharpening halo once it's introduced.

    All great shots though! You have a great eye for balance and composition!
     
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    I like these pictures, and Bifurcator has a good point. #2 and 3 are way blurry.
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Heya Garbear, welcome to ThePhotoForum.
    Did you use your digital zoom in order to take both Photos 2 and 5? If so: better don't. The outcome isn't good. You get a close photo, but you "pay" for it with loss of sharpness.

    Digital zoom is not much else but an in-camera crop of a photo, so resolution suffers heaps.

    My favourite here is the third.
    You have an eye for subjects and a good feeling of how to frame them pleasantly!
     

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