Christmas Lights - Fitting Right? First post!

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  1. forzabrian

    forzabrian TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone,

    Been browsing for a while - great site and some serious talent on these boards.

    Just got a D60 here are a few pictures:

    1/30 ISO 400 F5.6

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    1/40 ISO 100 F5.6

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    Feel free to C & C - Happy holidays!
     
  2. djrichie28

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    Hi and welcome.

    I like the first shot. I like what you did with the depth of field. Good lighting too.

    Second one, not so much my thing. I like the idea you had, DOF is great too, but the subjects are kinda crooked. It works sometimes, but not in this case.

    Thanks for posting.;)
     
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    The first one, I do like. The second one not so much. It seems like everything is the same color, or the same shade of color. But I don't want to take away from the concept, good idea.
     

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