First photos with my new D90:) C&C

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  1. TJ K

    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here are a few of my first pictures of some flowers in my yard with my brand new d90 w/ 18-105mm. I was shooting in aperture priority for all of these. C&C welcome thanks.

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    Ahh how do I make the photos from flickr show up?
     
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    Decided to just use photobucket.
     
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    1 is my favorite, 2 my least favorite.
     
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    I wasn't to crazy about it either but just wanted to see someone elses opinion.
     
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    Number 1 would have been better if it was by itself, the leaves on the side were a bit distracting. Nonetheless, nice shots.
     
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    Ok will work on that. Thanks!
     
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    #1 is my favorite. I tihnk #2 might have been better if the rule of the 3rds was in place.
     
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    Great DOF and great contrast between the subject and the background on #1. I agree with the distracting leaves on the right.

    #2 the background is distracting. It appears to me that it was shot at a low angle and there is a tree line with sky showing in the back. The sky, or whatever that white area is, distracts me.

    Just some quick thoughts there.
     
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    The last bunch aren't showing up
     
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    i like them all but #3,

    use flickr!! they will look better :D
     
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    I like 1 and 2, they are sharp. It seem it is a good lens that 18-105 after all.

    Congrat with the new toy and have fun.
     

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