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    jtedesco TPF Noob!

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    i have just started getting into photography and wanted to know what you guys think. i use a fujifilm finepix s1500.
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    #1 Is very good, beautiful even. pics 2 and 3 are run of the mill. with pic 3 you need to tell more of a story, it just looks like a tourist pic.
     
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    Nice work. I used to own a finepix s700 which is the model before the 1500 came out. I it was a great point and shoot camera to learn with. Learn all the modes and what they do on that camera. Those finepix take great pictures.
     
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    #1 wants for DOF for the entire subject. I'd prefer the entire subject in focus.
    #2 the foreground is to underexposed for my taste. GND filter would help.
    #3 the pole isn't vertical. The perspective is kind of ho-hum.
    #4 I don't get it, sorry.
     
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    Actually like what I see. Nice tonality and good feel for the subject.
    I would play a bit with street views in bringing down the camera closer to the street, but over all, not bad at all.
     

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