my first post (C&C please ) :)

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  1. Danyone

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    so im new on the forum and all my shots are takin with a nikon D60, if you have any advice for me on the photos or the camera id love to hear it. thanks for checking it out
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    hey welcome to the forum just a fyi myself and others don't like to click on links. if you could post them correctly it would be great :) then I can see those amazing shots :thumbup:
     
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    i know im sorry i didnt realize it untill i posted it and thanks
     
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    Welcome to TPF!

    1) interesting idea...i think the photo would of been better if you saw where the tracks lead.
    2) i like the perspective
    3) over processed...too much saturation
    4) seems like a snapshot
    5) top blown out..would b cool if there were some cool clouds or sumething...
    6) my personal favorite. love the composition. great capture!
    7) out of focus
     
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    I like the way you see that. thanks for your input :)
     
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    I like your work. But when I saw #4 I immediately though... "Hmmm THAT would be awesome in black and white"....

    So I did a quick edit using Gimp too see what it would look likw.

    This was the result...

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    #6 is definitely the best one. The D60 is a decent camera for the price. Just make sure to keep the ISOs low to avoid noise. My business partner has been using a similar camera, the D40, since it first was released and he loves it!
     
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    I like #2 and Mark's b & w conversion of #4.
     
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    b&w does wonders!
     
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    I wouldve scrapped the posed shot in #6 and went with a picture of the moon/star more over the river. If it was meant to be in the shot then it tends to be more of a distraction and clutter but wouldve been a nice shot until its own.
     
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    i think the blown out sky in #5 actually adds to the photo.
     
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    Hey there, welcome to TPF! Enjoy your stay...
    Here are my 7 cents:

    #1
    More of the track (upper-left-side of photo) would have been nice...perhaps a tighter shot to get rid of the bushes above the tracks as much as possible...

    #2
    Horizon is skewed, I like the motion blur but wish the road were going from one side of the frame to the other instead of straight up the middle...

    #3
    Is my favorite...very grungy/punk-like...the over-saturation works with this composition in my humble opinion...very awesome shot...thank you so much for capturing and sharing this...I can't express enough how much I LOVE LOVE LOVE this photo...

    #4
    Top of her head is cut and she is looking straight at the bottom of the photo which wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing if there were more space below her gaze...

    #5
    Would have been a cool angle but the blown out sky ruins it for me

    #6
    Almost there, maybe leaving more of the bridge on the right-side of the photo to help balance might have been something to try...

    #7
    There you are...if you had been more in focus, it may have worked better...

    Keep up the practice...you have a decent camera.....
     
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