Minneapolis: Comments and Cricisim needed!

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  1. mrbeachbum2

    mrbeachbum2 TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone, I just got a dslr and was wondering if anyone could give me some tips. These are from the first few days shooting. Any tips, feedback, comments, criticism is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  2. reznap

    reznap No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #5 is very unique and pretty well done, definitely my favorite of the set.
    I think #4's really nice too.. the bridge leads your eye up into the city - I love the light reflected on the water from under the bridge (far right).
    #6 I think I'd like more with the building showing more (top is cut off).

    The first 3 are not as good as the last 3. #2's blurry, #1's wayy too dark (not your fault - just the setting, no light to work with), and #3's lacking contrast I think and needs to be rotated counter clockwise a little.

    I see you like night shots, hats off to you. It's a lot of work lugging a tripod around and setting up a decent shot I think.
     
  3. Bitter Jeweler

    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I agree with Reznap.

    #5 is framed nicely. Something you don't see everyday.
     
  4. freeze3kgt

    freeze3kgt TPF Noob!

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    I really like number 5 also! think it looks awesome....

    this may help you, i know it helped me out on my night shots..

    if you have a lense with image stabilization make sure to turn it off if your using a tripod.. the vibrations from the lens trying to do its job can make your images a little blurry at times.

    this may have been common sense, but i didnt know it :D so thought i'd shair
     

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