Cemetery pics

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  1. luckydog

    luckydog TPF Noob!

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    Got these on Xmas day

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    Was my first trip to a cemetery for photo taking and must admit it was pretty cool. Lots of great shapes, shadows, moods and no-one walking through your shots (that you can see on a jpeg anyway) :twisted:

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    The first one seems a little soft but it could just be my monitor. But the second one.... WOW. I really like it.
     
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    Happy New Year Lucky!
    Love that second one even though it is B&W.
    Did you make it home for Xmas?
     
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    Great photos I like them both but I really enjoy the second one.
     
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    Reminds me of my Fav film of all time. The Good The Bad And The Ugly. can almost see Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach & Lee Van Cleef in the stand off.
    Great Photos
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    Those are really nice shots, luckydog!

    I love the composition in the first one. did you put birdseed on the gravestone or is it a stuffed bird ;) .

    The second one is fab! What camera did you used and what where the settings (if you remember)? I love this shot. The white bits of grass look really well with black iron fence.
     
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    Love the pics...especially the second one.
     
  8. luckydog

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    Thanks for the comments people :oops:

    For Vonnagy, i have an Olympus C730 (3.2 MP). The settings were....

    ISO 100
    F2.8
    1/125 sec
    Tripod
    Cir-Polariser filter
    Light setting on camera: Cloudy

    Luckydog's tip of the day.

    I almost always use the "cloudy" setting as it seems to saturate the colours and make them more eyecatching.
     

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