First Serious Photos

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by KasparP, Dec 28, 2009.

  1. KasparP

    KasparP TPF Noob!

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    I just got my 35mm and here are my first photos that ARNT portraits from Christmas :lol:

    Edited "Jack in the Box"

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    Shoreline:

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    Please dont be super rough on me, just started! General C&C is awesome.
     
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    i like the 2nd one more the the first, but i would suggest that you use a longer exposure to make the streets more lit up. and as for the first one, the upper right has alot going on and its kindof distracting from the cart.
     
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    Thanks, I need to get a good tripod -_-
     
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    Seen some of these images before, like in a duplicate post....
     
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    The images are also from another thread on here I posted asking someone to edit the first one, just to see the potention.
     
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    I really love the first one. And you did just the right amount of adjustments on it! Great job! And the second one can only be improved by using a tripod (or a ledge of some sort) to use a longer exposure, that'll just give you the cool blurring effect of the headlights, but you're off to an incredible start!
     
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    Thanks! Yeah, I thought of that but the John Hancock tower doesnt have any ledges in the observatory and I would feel silly bringing a tripod up there, actually I dont think they would even let me.

    Would you believe it, they checked and scanned our WHOLE car before they let us into the parking lot, itsd good I guess...but wow.
     

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