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  1. Elliott

    Elliott TPF Noob!

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    Hey.
    I've been hanging around tpf.com for a while now and i only just got a camera so i thought I'd post up some of my first picks. I'd really appreciate comments and critique.


    here they are..........

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    Thanks,

    the only editing i've done is auto color and auto levels in PS. if anyone has an idea for a crop I'd really appreciate it....i couldnt get one that looked right.

    PS. i know the money and headphones white balance is out, but i like the wamth.

    cheers

    Elliott
     
  2. Elliott

    Elliott TPF Noob!

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    ok can anyone tell me why my images from flickr aren't working?
    i'm copying their URL into the image text box? is this correct?

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  4. Elliott

    Elliott TPF Noob!

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    thanks mate

    All fixed.
     
  5. Unmanedpilot

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    I really like the money and the coins even without the correct white balance. As you said it adds a warmth to them. However I believe #3 is overexposed and a bit too saturated for my taste. If it was a bit darker you would regain the detail and you could then brighten the parts you wanted in PS, though I forgot what the exact tool was. Other then that fantastic. :D
     
  6. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the pic of the rose breasted cockatoo. But I'm a sucker for parrots. Wish the were indigenous around here. We raised them for a while and got good money for hand fed babies. Rosies make great pets. I understand down there they are considered pest birds like our crows.
    If I were to advise, it could have been a little better if the background was not as cluttered and the birds head were turned to see it's eye or even both eyes. JMHO.
     
  7. Elliott

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    jstuedle: in Australia there called Gallahs. And nope not pests but I'm sure that a big flock of them could do some serious damage to a wooden veranda railing though.

    Unmanedpilot: thanks for your ideas for #3, I'll give it a whirl.
     

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