First photos, trip to Aruba

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  1. pauliec

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    Feedback is appreciated! (I guess that's what C&C means, huh? :blushing: )

    I took my new camera (D40) to Aruba last week and I came back with some pretty good shots, in my very amateurish opinion. Please tell me what you all think.

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    As you can see, I split the pictures up into two posts, I hope that's ok. Don't worry about tearing them apart, I really don't know what I'm doing, and a few of those were taken in full auto setting, sans flash. :blushing:
     
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    they all seem to have really great colors but number 7 i really like which ones were taken in auto?
     
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    The closeups on the lizards and the boats, with the flash turned off.

    After I took #1 and saw how it came out, I got really excited about night photography. :mrgreen:
     
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    number one has some great colors.....but i would have chopped it off at the right edge of the part of the building thats lit
     

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