Fall is Here. *Fist Pump*

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  1. TM22

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    First fall with my new camera. We finally got hit by fall this week and I quickly went out to take some pics, and here they are (from two days of taking shots). And hey, if the pics are a little cliché, it's because I'm just gettin' with this, so gimma a break, heh. I also don't have a tripod, so yeah enjoy.

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    Make: Canon
    Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
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    Aperture: F/5.6
    Focal Length: 34 mm
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    Focal Length: 125 mm
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    Make: Canon
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    Shutter Speed: 1/512 second
    Aperture: F/5.6
    Focal Length: 55 mm
     
  2. txphotog

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    I like them all pretty well, but the 2nd one is a really nice photo. I love the contrast of the green leaf against the dark wood, and the water droplet seals the deal.
     
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    #2 has nice contrast and colours but i might be tempted to crop it a bit differently so the leaf is not smack bang in the middle of the photo.
    #3 is nicely framed and fairly interesting, good DOF.
    #4 bugs me, i never understand why people turn the camera on such an angle. Any comments or opinions on why people do this from other members?
     
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    sometimes i just can't fit what i want in frame... diagonal lets you fit a bit more if someting is really long. i know i could just move back, but sometimes it's not possible, or i happen to like the focal length and distance im at and really don't want to change it. i usually like a 20 or 30ish degree tilt as opposed to a 45 though. however, sometimes a shot looks very nicely composed if you shoot a shot at 45 then straighten out the horizon and reframe it. maybe not so much for this shot, i've seen some stuning city shots like that.

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  5. TM22

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    Thanks for the comments guys. Anymore comments and criticism?
     

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