DSLR Noob Pics

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by LisaK24, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. LisaK24

    LisaK24 TPF Noob!

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    I've had this camera for a couple weeks now, and just playing around with it. Still have lots to learn!

    Critiques/comments would be much appreciated! :]


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    And these next set of photos were taken with a Sony Cybershot, before I got the Canon :]

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    I like 6 and 9 the most out of the series, good work. Looks like the white balance might have been off on 2.
     
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    You stood on that poor honda didnt you.

    Nice pics overall!
     
  4. LisaK24

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    :lol:

    nope!
     
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    just x joey TPF Noob!

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    #9 is perfecto!
     
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    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice all around. I like the New Pavilion convention Center. I used to be the exec.Sous Chef there, lol. How that building has changed. I imagine at night it would look pretty cool too.

    Great car pics!
     
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    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Oh noes....I came in here with the wrong impression http://thephotoforum.com/forum/member.php?u=13840 :lol:


    Nice shots, The second one could benifit from a slight crop, eliminate that little twig at the top, I thought it was an ariplane at first but it's a distraction. The third and fourth ones are not really doing anything for me, I like Enkei and all but it's dirty, If that is what you where looking to capture it is done quite well but that is beside the point, rims like that should be spotless.
     
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    how did you get the high angle D:.
     
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    It's not that high, but I stand in the bed of pickup trucks for high angles. That one however can be done on foot or maybe a short stepladder, but I am guessing my self as to LisaK24's methoed.
     
  10. LisaK24

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    ooh yes, I'll definitely have to try some night shots there :]

    yeah looking back on it, I realized it wasn't as clean as I thought. owells.

    small stepladder :]
     
  11. sabbath999

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    I think you will find that a polarizing filter would be of great help in several situations.

    BTW I especially like the bowl.
     
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    +1 on the bowl!!!
     

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