Boston mass c+c

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  1. gruns

    gruns TPF Noob!

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    some friends and i went up to the good ol bean on sunday, here are the results. Please keep in mind ive only been shooting for a little over a month

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    rest of set Boston - a set on Flickr

    thanks for looking :thumbup:
     
  2. JeffieLove

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    IMO the 3rd has potential, but would have been better if you had the button in the frame too...

    #4 has some potential too, but something about it is bothering me... can't tell what it is...
     
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    I got so nostalgic looking at these (used to live here). I really like #2 but the long fluorescent bulb left a nasty reflection across the street names so you can't make them out. No biggie.

    On your flickr set I prefer the other version of #3, this one:
    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4043/4456591990_d79da5a222.jpg

    I agree they'd be better with the button pictured, even more so if the car going by had some more motion blur -with slower shutter speed- as if they were moving fast (that's just me though).

    I liked this one off your set too.

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2729/4453293936_793bfd2bbb.jpg

    Would be nice to see more, maybe get back further, go wider, or take multiple shots and use a program to stitch them together.

    All in all a good job, enjoy that new nikon.
     
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    I love the one of the T. Did people look at you strangely when you were taking pictures? They always do when I am in Beantown trying to take pics. Lol
     
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    Ooo! The last one would be AWESOME in black and white!
     
  6. gruns

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    thanks for the words so far...looking back i would have liked to get more of the sign/button and the T shot would look sick in black and white i may have to do some pshopin

    as far as people on the subway looking at me funny haha yea some do some get whats goin on tho
     
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    uhhh no, it wouldn't. Far to dark.

    I agree with whoever said that three is almost there, just missing the button. Make sure you check your composure while out shooting. Taking a picture of a sign that references a button and then cutting that button out of frame is not good.





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