Five New Shots For C&C

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  1. Skedaddle

    Skedaddle TPF Noob!

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    The weather has been really nice the last couple of days here so I decided to use that time to grab some shots of flowers and an old rusty wagon wheel. Let me know what you think of them. :)

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    EXIF
    ISO – 400
    Exposure Time – 1/250 sec
    Shutter Speed – 1/256 sec
    F-Stop – f/5.60
    Aperture Value – f/5.70
    Focal Length – 55.00
    No Flash
    Lens – Canon 18-55 mm IS
    Camera – Canon Rebel XSi
    Handheld

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    EXIF
    ISO – 400
    Exposure Time – 1/200 sec
    Shutter Speed – 1/197 sec
    F-Stop – f/5.60
    Aperture Value – f/5.70
    Focal Length – 55.00
    No Flash
    Lens – Canon 18-55 mm IS
    Camera – Canon Rebel XSi
    Handheld

    [​IMG]

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    EXIF
    ISO – 400
    Exposure Time – 1/250 sec
    Shutter Speed – 1/256 sec
    F-Stop – f/5.60
    Aperture Value – f/5.70
    Focal Length – 55.00
    No Flash
    Lens – Canon 18-55 mm IS
    Camera – Canon Rebel XSi
    Handheld

    [​IMG]

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    ISO – 400
    Exposure Time – 1/160 sec
    Shutter Speed – 1/166 sec
    F-Stop – f/5.60
    Aperture Value – f/5.70
    Focal Length – 55.00
    No Flash
    Lens – Canon 18-55 mm IS
    Camera – Cano Rebel XSi
    Hand Held

    [​IMG]

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    EXIF
    ISO – 400
    Exposure Time – 1/800 sec
    Shutter Speed – 1/790 sec
    F-Stop – f/5.60
    Aperture Value – f/5.70
    Focal Length – 55.00
    No Flash
    Lens – Canon 18-55 mm IS
    Camera – Canon Rebel XSi
    Handheld

    [​IMG]
     
  2. Samanax

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    Except for #4, the images all look slightly over-processed.

    #2 might work better if the flower were on the right side of the frame.

    Don't care for the point-of-view on the wagon wheel shot...kinda boring. Try shooting it from an angle that includes the spokes radiating out from the hub.
     
  3. Annamas

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    I rather like your shots. I'm far from being skilled enough to critique though. My technical abilities are so much that I can't really make any legit commentary.

    I like the spoke, though I can Samanax is coming from. A few degrees to the left could make for a more dynamic shot. But I also like the angle you shot on, made me thing of what it might be. I rather enjoyed it.

    I see your shooting with the kit lense. Not bad at all.
     
  4. Skedaddle

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    Thank you for the comments. :) I agree about the flower on the second shot. I would have liked it to be more on the right side but I couldn't because something was next to it on the left. Anyone else?
     

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