First trip out with new digital

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  1. Bordaine

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    I would love some feed back. I finally gave up on film after many years. I am enjoying digital alot more that I thought I would.
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    I gave up on photography for many years, but missed it. So I am back.

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    I hope I posted this all correctly

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  2. dak1b

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    beautiful shots! lovin the statue of liberty..
     
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    the last one would have been quite nice i think if you would have been able to have the sun behind the statue.

    other than that they all look quite nice
     
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    they are all interesting, but could be made better with simple things like rule of thirds and by watching the crop. especially in that first picture.
     
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    I like all of your shots and I can't help too much. In my opinion though, the second one might have been a tad bit better if you placed the horizon on the bottom 1/3 of the frame. Just my 2 cents. And I agree with Line of Best Fit. Other than that, I like your shots:thumbup:
     
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    1. I think a Crop above the Building would help, Maybe too much sky. Why did the top of the building black out like that?

    2. I would agree with some others to place the horizon line on the 1/3 lines!

    3. I just really like this one and think you are very luck to have the statue of liberty that close where you get the chance to photograph it!
     
  7. Bordaine

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    Thanks all for the imput.

    Timothy
    I did take the picture with the sun behind her, I just thought the one I posted came out better, but will post the other as well
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    now if you would reduce the flare that cuts the Statue and cropped it into a portrait frame it would really fit to a magazine cover! talking about the last one
     
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    The Statue of Liberty shot is amazine. Well done!!!
     
  10. Timothy

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    yeah i agree with canosonic, crop rith around it and it would probably be great

    some great pics there, well done.

    it's good that you took a range of pictures from different angles too.

    well done... i already said that eh.
     

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