first shots with 24-105 C&C please

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  1. gaburko

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    Number 2 is definatly m favourite :D Love the colours coming throught the buildings
     
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    Number 2, always a sucker for a sunset, and kind of digging number 3 too. I like the play with light and shadow.
     
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    I really like the 2nd pic. The colors and clarity of the photo make it stand out. I like the 3rd as well. Personally, the 1st pic had too much empty space and the subject looked like specks.

    Here's my attempt at editing your 1st pic... a tighter crop would help bring everything into focus rather than looking like specks.

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    Thanks guys.

    y0aimee - this is something I should start doing - crop tool is, I guess, useful:). Thanks, looks much better.
     
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    I like the first picture, especially with some additional post proc to bring out the clouds.
     
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    I think #2 is awesome! How did you do that? I'm just learning and seeing what gear was used and aperture, speed, ISO, tripod, etc. helps a ton. Beautiful shot.
     

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