first landscape shots. C&C

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    breemcmahon TPF Noob!

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    here are some of the first landscape shots i took with my nikon d60. bascially was the most gorgeous storm i've ever seen!

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    These really look great! I love the mood in all of them. I definitely find on and three the most interesting.

    One is a great take on an otherwise typical shot. The motion blur is really steady and smooth. It's not distracting and it doesn't look like an accident.

    Two is a good capture, but I must just not be a huge fan of rainbows.

    Three is really intriguing. The pavement really looks like water. It's a great illusion. The composure is interesting, the sky is nice. The horizon however, is a little tilted. Other than that, number three is my favorite. Good work! :)
     
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    #2 makes me want to buy some Irish Spring soap! Love the hot greens.
     
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    Looks like a pretty good size puddle rather than an illusion.
     
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    I like the vivid colors in #2.
     
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    Overall a pretty nice job for some first landscape pictures

    #1 - I like the cloud but I don't like the foreground. Taken from a moving car? Interesting idea, but its not for me

    #2 - I don't really mind the noise in the sky, but would still prefer to see it clear. Love the colours in the picture

    #3 - My fave of the set, nice job. A little too much water in the foreground and the horizon line looks a bit crooked.
     
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    thank you so much for your replies.

    #1, yes was taken from a moving car was my parents and i went to chase the storm. it was an amazing sight.

    #2, i am not much a fan of rainbows myself but couldn't resist. they were right in my backyard, two of them, just begging to be captured!

    #3, actually is my driveway! not water, believe it or not! the skyline is definitely tilted, been meaning to fix that actually!
     

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