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  1. Mr.Bluesky

    Mr.Bluesky TPF Noob!

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    Hi i just got my camera a few weeks ago, critique my photos please.

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    There's an a lot of images here to post comments on, and it would be best if you numbered them. I would say "In General" they lack contrast. And sharpness. The black and white seem to be the worst case of each.

    Like I said, there's just so many to speak to each.

    Lastly, for a new camera, it appears you have some dirt issues.

    Sorry I couldn't be of more help other than look at the contrast again.
     
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    Pier shot, statue shot, and the star fish seem fairly underexposed. Details are missing for each shot due to lack of lighting, I belive this can be attributed mainly to Hi-shutterspeeds really I wouldnt recommend for you to tamper with the ISO due to the grain effect it produces. From what I see the quality of these images are great unfortunately you cannot see a majority of it due to lack of light.
     
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    Your photos are magnificent. Some really good work you got there, you have a good eye. really some incredible shots man. great upclose skateboard shot, and the stairs that have that flaking look on the steps ... awesome. my favorites.
     
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    Some of these are decent. The second to last one with the guy on the bike is really good.
     
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    you got dirt on your sensor..
     
  7. Mr.Bluesky

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    In what pictures can you see dirt, because I can't tell? My camera has a auto cleaning system ill try that.
     
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    1st, 2nd, 5th, 11th.
     
  9. Mr.Bluesky

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    thanks, good eye. I would have never noticed.
     
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    it really pisses me off like when i took a good shot, there's a freakin dirt dot on the photo!!! my camera ain't got cleaning system so i need to use a blower to clean my sensor.

    i think it's already clean because on your other photos, the dot isn't there anymore.
     
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    post less images next time. It's easier to get more to the point critique that way. Keep posting!








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    Zandman, there's a product by Visible Dust called the Artic Butterfly, it's a static electricity brush that's incredible for cleaning sensors. It's a bit pricey for what it does, but it works wonders.
     

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