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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Shaun, Nov 28, 2004.

  1. Shaun

    Shaun TPF Noob!

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    replies and things I need to do to improve are appreciated.
     
  2. railman44

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    They're a little too dark. Lighten them up and a little more focus on some would help. My .02 pesos.
     
  3. Mo

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    Yeah, especially on # 1 and 2. Are they scanned?
     
  4. mygrain

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    I like the first shot. Try it in B&W with greater contrast, it would bring more definition to the curve. Keep'em coming!!
     
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    one common thing i noticed is that most of your horizon's are slanted.... level horizons a majority of the time helps a picture out ;)
     
  6. Shaun

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    Ok,thanks for the help. These were not scanned, they were shot with a crappy like 1mp digital camera.
     
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    well if you want to get into photography more seriously i would recommend buying a higher resolution camera. ideally 4mp + and you should get some great quality shots. or you could use 35mm film...
     
  8. Mo

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    Yeah, 1 MP is really not that much. I have taken some really good and sharp shots with a 3.3 MP Casio, and I think that that is the first decent resolution. Now I have a 6MP Casio, which, of course, takes even better pics. Casio is really sharp generally, tough.
     

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