First Time Photo Post

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by cloudstreetmedia, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. cloudstreetmedia

    cloudstreetmedia TPF Noob!

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    Hey Guys,

    This is my second post, but my first photo post so I was thinking maybe I could get some feedback on some stuff I shot a few days ago?

    I know I'm just a TFP noob but upon reading through the forum it's obvious that you guys actually know your stuff.

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    #2
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    #3
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    #4
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  2. Keith Gebhardt

    Keith Gebhardt TPF Noob!

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    Not feeling #3 or #4. #4 has alot of noise. mostly due to your high iso. You shooting on a preset setting with your d40? or manual?

    But as far as #1 and #2. 1 has nice colors, still a little more noise for my liking but other then that decent picture

    #2will be my favorite out of all the ones you have posted here. I love how the starts are bright, sharp and in focus, yet you have the nice glow saturated look of the clouds blowing by. not bad.

    Keep shooting and practicing.
     
  3. cloudstreetmedia

    cloudstreetmedia TPF Noob!

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    #4 was shot on a FujiFilm S5600 much earlier than the other three, for the others I used manual settings on the D40; the high noise is something I will consider in future so far I've been finding it hard to avoid with the shutter speeds i've been experimenting with.
     
  4. Keith Gebhardt

    Keith Gebhardt TPF Noob!

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    use a tripod.. leave your iso around 200 and then change your shutter to a slower speed. itll let more light in without the noise. and for this kind of shot.. you dont need to worrk about quick shutter. just use a tripod to reduce shake
     
  5. FuryofNature

    FuryofNature TPF Noob!

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    I really enjoy #1 and #2. They are beautiful.
     
  6. Anaconda

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    I love number 2. :)
     
  7. kcp

    kcp TPF Noob!

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    Ditto!!!!!
     

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