Finally got around to fixing up a few pictures

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  1. rugger123

    rugger123 TPF Noob!

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    I went to england this past summer and have just gotten around to fixing them up. Let me know what you all think. I'd really appreciate some feed back on how to make "better" pictures.

    1. Outside the airport.
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    2. The train station by my hotel.
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    3. Twickenham rugby stadium.
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    4. Out just walking around.
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    5. Westminster Abey
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    6. Over processed building picture.
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    7. Playing with some HDR
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    8. Playing with HDR in photoshop.
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    Let me know what you all think. Love to see some comments.
     
  2. Layspeed

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    I like them all quite a bit, except #6 Good job.
     
  3. IgsEMT

    IgsEMT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Love the depth of field in the sky.
    GREAT job.
     
  4. rugger123

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    thanks for the comments, and I do agree that number 6 is over worked.
     
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    Love them all, especially #8. Great job!
     
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    I'm really looking forward to buying my first dslr this christmas. Right now I'm just shooting with my simple point and shoot 10.1 sony cybershot. Any tips on buying my first entry/intermediate level dslr?
     

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