C&C please New :)

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  1. Knight203

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    I'm new to these forums and pretty new to photography. And as such am looking for some comments on a few of my "better" shots:
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    [​IMG]I feel those three are probably my best but here is my flickr link: Flickr: Knight203's Photostream
     
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    I like that last one because of the perspective. The others look flat (depth-wise) and don't do anything for me.
     
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    Josh220 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    3x but i would have liked it better in portrait mode.
     
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    You have a very interesting perspective in capturing these
     
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    #1 - It's underexposed and the centered framing makes it boring.

    #2 - This looks like a random snapshot.

    #3 - Interesting point of view. I think if the dollar were cutting across the frame at more of an angle it would be a little more interesting.
     
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    Heres a new one:
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    C&C pls :)
     
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    Once I noticed it, that...fence?...at the bottom of the frame became extremely distracting. For autos, getting closer so that you fill the frame with them is usually a good bet. The reflection on the hood is equally distracting, and again, the centring makes it less interesting. Centre is not better. ;)
     
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    Thanks for the feed back :) And yeah its a fence. I was hoping it would give it more depth, guess I fudged it a little.
     
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