My first pic post

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  1. antarchitect

    antarchitect TPF Noob!

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    These were taken in Cape May, NJ from July. I'm still learning my D50 so comments are welcomed.

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    Welcome to TPF! I must say I am totally taken back by image one. If I didn't know better you were shooting in my old hometown. There is a building there that looks very close to that one. Its a great pic.

    Number 3, what can I say. I love it. You captured some great color in that image.

    What a great way to join tpf.
     
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    1 and 3 are spectacular, especially 3....4 has some of the same elements as 3, but you really caught the lighting and moment perfectly in 3, whereas 4 was just a bit too dark. Welcome to the forum, and keep posting!
     
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    2, 3 and 4 are just amazing, with 3 really standing out for me..
     
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    2 is just wow i love it. it looks so creepy
     
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    Of course, just like everyone else, 3 stands out most to me. Great pictures.
     
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    1 and 4 are too good!
     
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    I love the 1st one and the 3rd one! great shots overall!
     
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    Thanks so much for all of the comments
     
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    mind if i ask, wht do you use to create borders for all your pics ? or you did them manually @ photoshop ?
     
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    Don't mind at all, I do the borders in Photoshop using the "Canvas Size" funtion. I have an action set up to add the border so I don't need to go through each step (black/white) on everyphoto
     
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    Yeah, I know I am just repeating most everyone else, but #3 just blows me away. It is just stunning. The 4th has some of the same qualities, but just does not affect me like 3 does. The 1st one is very good and the 2nd does have a nice creepy look to it. You picked some very good shots for your first ones to post and welcome to TPF.

    Would you mind laying out how you set that up in PS? I just got PS 7 recently and I am still very new to it and learning what I can from others.
     

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