My first pictures with DSLR Digital Rebel XT

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  1. foto12q

    foto12q TPF Noob!

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    these pictures were taken with Canon Rebel XT, when I was in Seattle :heart:
    http://www.plaza.net/beprecious/thumbnails.php?album=70

    what do you guys think? by the way I am a beginner...so I need your inputs negative and positive if any


     
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    I'll be honest - those are some very obvious first-timer pictures. I've found that it's a matter of practice - getting a good picture. It's why spending three grand on a setup won't get you better pictures than this guy, who used a P&S.

    All of those pics can benefit from a more acurate white-balance, better use of apature, and more light.
     
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    The highlights of the photos seemed to be blown out in some of the images. Maybe use some burning or USM to bring them back a bit.

    As boclcown said, the shots are very beginner. Try differnt angles, and unusual subjects.
     
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    To me a lot of the photos do not seem to have subjects that jump out. It is just a bunch of subjects bunched together. Dont worry though because I have seen much worse beginner photos. Keep trying!
     
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    I have seen much worse non-beginner photos as well. Keep working at it. Great start!

    As Boclcown mentioned - remember to pay attention to the light source and white balance. It will remove the yellow\orange cast to the picts...
     

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