just learning c&c please

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  1. lucas123

    lucas123 TPF Noob!

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    c&c please :)
     
  2. robdavis305

    robdavis305 TPF Noob!

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    I think number 1&2 are by far the best. If your looking for advice please tell us what kind of camera you use and the lens.
     
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    lucas123 TPF Noob!

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    thanks I am using a Nikon D40 with a 18-55mm
     
  4. robertwsimpson

    robertwsimpson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    1 and 2 are good. 3 doesn't work for me at all, and 4 just looks like a point and shoot snapshot. I think it's slightly overexposed too.
     
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    I agree that 1 & 2 are the better of the four photos.

    #2 feels a bit flat to me. I dont know if mucking around with the contrast/RGB Channels may improve this. Its great to see you have a catchlight in the eye :)
     
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    The first one is off for me because the horizon is tilted.
     

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