First Photos at 15

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    Hi, i decided today to go out and take some photos, first time really, im only 15 though but im quite happy with them. Just wanted some C&C.. Only some of my favs here: Click here
     
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    They were taken with an Olympus C-725
     
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    Not sure whether this is the right place, could someone move it to the right place please...
     
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    Nice shots. Welcome to TPF!
     
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    Thanks, shame i couldnt stay any longer at the place i was taking photos :( had to get back home....
     
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    Thanks for the comments, what does bullseye mean ?
     
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    Centered in the frame.

    Bullseye shots work great for some things (like your solo swan), but the general rule is "The rule of thirds." That is putting your subject in the upper, lower, left, or right third of the frame.
     
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    Nice shots! I agree w/ the bullseye comment.. For instance, 15 would look nicer (looks great anyway) if the swan were on the left side of the frame, maybe even towards the upper left corner. This way it's set to swim through the frame, rather than just sitting in the middle of it.

    My favorites are 35 and 63.
     
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    ah ok thanks ill try this tommorow when i go out...
     
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    The last 4 shots are too busy, and all of the shots definately need to be cropped.
     

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