First try with new camera

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  1. thebeginning

    thebeginning TPF Noob!

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    here is a picture from my first set of film pictures with an SLR. Several pictures turned out blurry, but it was probably because i didnt have the camera on a tripod (and 8-15 second exposures will do that to you if you are using a fully extended zoom lens plus a teleconverter ;-) ). I have learned my lesson though, and i do have a really nice tripod, i was just too lazy to get it out :). Here is one of the sharper ones...It was actually extremely sharp, but the scan softened it up, which i actually think i like better. no editing.

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    i know it isnt much, i just thought i would post one for the heck of it.
     
  2. JonMikal

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    i love winter branches against the sky. try working the contrast a bit and maybe utilizing the burn tool in PS, if you have it; works wonders for me. :wink: maybe you can clone the lower tree out too.

    by the way, you can send me your tripod since you don't use it...mine fell apart last weekend. :mrgreen:
     
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    ha. no i definitely use my tripod, just not this time. yeah i have no idea what i was thinking with that tree at the bottom. very distracting. i might try cloning that out.

    yes, i have PS.
     

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