First post with new camera!

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  1. bantor

    bantor TPF Noob!

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    Well I have taken a very large sum of pictures since my recent purchase of a Nikon D50, and well to be honest only a few turned out well enough that I want to share them, so here there are. ( the Last one is not a Landscape but I figured since 2 out of 3 were It was best to put them all here).

    1. My first attempt at the oh so common blured water on rocks. Cliche I know but it must be done.
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    2. Just some random trees.
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    3. The pawn from my very stylish and oh so cool Harry Potter Wizard Chess set. Oh ya.
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    Thanks for looking!
     
  2. df3photo

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    I like them all! the first one is really nice with the green allegy and ice, its sometimes hard to get color in winter. and the second reminds me of times i lay on the ground an contemplate things...and stair at the branches above me...nice contrast. the last is well done also, im just not a Harry Potter fan...
     
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    Thanks df3photo. The chess set was a draw from a gift exchange thing, but I must admit, the pieces are pretty cool looking.
     
  4. LaFoto

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    The effect done on the last is nice! I like that a lot.
    And cliché or not cliché is not the question when it comes to finally getting the long-wanted rushing water photos! Well done!
    With trees that bare I would no longer contemplate lying and the ground and dreaming into the sky for I would probably freeze my a-- ...erm: freeze to death ... but I still like this a lot --- in this one, the branches and twigs are not so very different from some close-ups of heavily veined leaves, I think.
     
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    nice shots, i agree with lafoto, cliche or not i like the first one, and i like the zooming effect on the last one. :thumbup:
     
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    Nice shots!! My favorite is the trees...a nice perspective different than just looking straight on at a tree.

    I also never get tired of water rushing over rocks, and you captured it well. Nice colors. :)
     
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    Have to throw my vote to the first one. Nice job.
     
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    Great stuff. One and two are great.

    Eric
     

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