Hello everybody/ Some pictures

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  1. revedephotographies

    revedephotographies TPF Noob!

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    Hello, I defenity a beginner in the photos world, so i really need advice about my pictures :D

    Some pictures with one of my friends:

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  2. glocktekz

    glocktekz TPF Noob!

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    They could be a little more in focus, but the artistic style is a A+
     
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    #3 is really cool. Great job.
     
  4. ANDS!

    ANDS! No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Definitely some room for some winners here. I'd go back and play with some alternatve perspectives. Two could be sweet but, there's something not right going on there -
     
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    SHWELL TPF Noob!

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    Pic #2 the focus seems to be more on the background and not the subject... And if it is done with her not in the center would have prob been better..... But your eye is very inpressive to this fellow noob.
     
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    #2 should be more focused on the girl if she is the subject. Also i find that the best photos containing people do not have them in the center of your frame. Like the previous comment, play with perspective and set her off center a little. Maybe more negative space on the side she is facing in order to show where the subjects gaze is going. Just something i would try as a beginner myself.
     

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