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  1. Ecas32

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    hey guys im new here to this forum. i just recently got a Canon Rebel XSi and have been expeirementing with it.
    i have had a rebel T2, but i needed to make the switch to digital.
    so heres a couple pictures i took...
    feel free to leave comments

    1.taken with 1/60 shutter speed. colors have been enhanced.
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    2.1/100, color enhanced. (i should have taken it with 1/60 at least....)
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    3.1/60 color enhanced
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    1.1/60 color enhanced
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    Good pictures.. Unfortunately, in #2, the subject is out of focus.. #3 is a great capture showing movement, and #4 is just kind of boring, as you ignored the rule of thirds..

    Good start, though.
     
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    I have tried to shoot birds more than once, to no avail! I like #3, and a crop of #4 would look nice. GJ!
     
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    There's something about the colours that isn't doing it for me. The greens almost feel blue.

    Birds are incredibly hard subjects to shoot, but as it is right now, the shots don't really feel intimate. I don't think it's a rule of thirds thing - I think you have to get in there and focus clearer. If you shot the red one right from the ground, it would have been adorable, I think.
     

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