n00b Photographer C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by AxelMoney, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. AxelMoney

    AxelMoney TPF Noob!

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    I have many more, but I'm not going to drown you guys into C&C'ing my pics all at one time, so Ill do three every other day. Maybe give me some pointers, tips.
     
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    I think the 2nd one would have been better if you got down to the cars level and got the WHOLE car in the picture?? I think it look nice in sepia though :D
     
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    I'm not quite sure why, but I love the first one. I'm new to taking real photos as well, but something about that first photo really gets to me. I also really like the third shot. The way the cabin sits and the way you framed it with the trees around it is really good. I agree with Eventer on the middle one, it would've been a little better if you got the whole car and maybe on a different level...but overall really good!
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    When the first started to show up for me, for a moment I thought I was going to see a lot of ... erm ... sausages... And actually, that rusty chain still looks like that to me.

    No need to repeat what the others have said about the car: it ought to have been in the frame whole. All of it.

    The colours in the last are wonderful.
     
  5. AxelMoney

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    The rust is what caught my eye, in the AM(Tomorrow) Im going to take more shots of it, as like a pile, and maybe some more close ups with like more DOF, and less pine needles.
     
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    I immediatly thought Worms...but I can totally see sausages now that you point that out...haha :lmao:

    I'm excited to see, those chains seem very interesting...not being a smart ass either...they legit look like they could yield some really cool shots. Can't wait.
     
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    Got some shots done, but didnt have time to post, ill post them ASAP, also I shot the original in RAW format, then edited with aperture 3. There on there way.
     
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    Love the colors in the last shot. Can I ask what equipment you are using?
     

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