My First Day With The Digital Rebel XT

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  1. Trevor

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    Hey guys. I took alot of photos today but I was playing with all the camera settings so alot of them are just random tests on different objects light. I did however attempt to take a few serious/semi-serious photos. Here are the ones I liked.

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    3 and 6 :thumbsup:
     
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    Wow, you seem to be right at home on your new kit. I love the last one.
     
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    Hey, congrats on finally getting the new cam! Look forward to more postings.
     
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    Good to see youve got your new camera, nice shots
     
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    Welcome to the club! I know you'll love that camera; I do! Nice first test spin.
     
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    Thanks guys! I got alot more to show you, I just need to get them all on the pc. It does take quite a bit of time to transfer images.
     
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    I think the "angled" shot (I don't know the word to say that the photo is not horizontal) gives nothing more to the photo. A graphic subject like that should be (at least for me) the more symetric possible. Colors and contrast are good.

    On the second, the door frame is bad placed in the mirror, for me, and the B&W treatment needs more contrast and luminosity.

    For the third, I'd seen the bird less centered. More on the right, and more or less high (depends if you prefer to "open" the picture up or down)

    The fourth : Hehe, nice cake :D The faces in the background visible through the glasses are also a very good idea.
    The fifth is no interest for me : too much hot spots, and no real subject. You should have done a more "macro" view (french term, maybe also english, which means very near photo)

    Nice picture, but there is too less contrast. I prefer the shawdowy corner up left, and the litten one down right.
     
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    Oooh! I like the perspective on the cake photo!
     
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    Nicely done Trev... Congrats on the new weapon.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your photo 3 here ... the little bird on the power lines, going in all directions ... that one is really nice! And it is one where I think "centred" really works!
     

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