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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by FLYBYU44, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. FLYBYU44

    FLYBYU44 TPF Noob!

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    Hi, I just joined the forum and wanted to post some of my photos. I'm still not that good, so any pointers are welcome. I use a Pentax *ist DL with 18-55 zoom lens that came with it. I shot all these on full auto settings without a tripod, none of them are edited because I don't have Photoshop yet :)

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    Thanks for any tips :)
     
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    #1 my mom has the same camera! haha i love it.
    #2 my mom wants to know how you got the water to "flow" in the waterfall shots (she went to get ome today but doesnt know how to do that!)
    #3 love the first photo! but i wish you had gotton the whole reflectionof the ferris wheel in there
    #4 loooove the shot of the building with the puddle, the lighting and everything is cool

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    All of them are nice, well done.

    #1 looks good but I think a photoshop program could help put more detail in the darker areas.
    #2 The waterfall is great. Get a tripod and set your shutterspeed just a bit longer and you will get an even better flow.
     
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    Well the waterfall actually wasn't on auto, I switched it to bulb setting and put the camera on a rock, then I held the shutter button down for a few seconds. Just a guess as to the exposure, but I took several photos the same way and this was the best.
     

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