Beginner shots :)

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  1. Seurehkt

    Seurehkt TPF Noob!

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    So I'm new to the forum, and thought I'd post up some shots and get a little review. The first 2 shots were taken from my car while moving (at a safe 5 mph because I was the only one on the road :p )

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    This next photo was taken around mid-day with my curtains/blinds open. I was messing around with the settings on my phone and this came out.
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    These next 2 are just random ones. :D
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    The first one stands out....
     
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    Seurehkt TPF Noob!

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    :meh: I was hoping for a little more feedback so I know what to work on.
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Work on finding interesting subjects.
     
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    Rule of thirds and know which subjects work well in the centre and which don't.
     
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