New to the forum, possible feed back on my work.

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Neuroticax, Aug 2, 2007.

  1. Neuroticax

    Neuroticax TPF Noob!

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    Hello all!

    I've been following the forum for about a week now. Browsing and reading and such. I do a lot of hobby photography. I'll be going to college for a Minor in Photography and Major in Digital Imaging, most likely by next spring.

    Anyway, so I was wondering if I could get some feedback on some of my pictures. I "specialize" in Macro. I noticed I do my best at it.

    Right now I just have a crappy point & shoot Casio EXILIM EX-Z50 Digital. I'll be saving up money for a newer, better camera. Probably a Nikon.

    So here are a couple of shots. Feedback good or bad is welcomed. I'm also aware this camera is kinda crappy, so I'm sure I'll get some negative feedback. :sexywink:

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    I'm not too fond of this one below, actually.
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  2. scobaru

    scobaru TPF Noob!

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    welcome! I'm from milwaukee too and a noobie
     
  3. Neuroticax

    Neuroticax TPF Noob!

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    Oh, how cool! and Thanks. =]
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I better move this from The Beginners' Place to our Landscape and Nature Gallery, for the Galleries are the places to post your photos, and The Beginners' Place is more of a Q&A-forum for beginners to both the forums and much more to photography as such. OK?

    And hey, I do love the colours of the first! (Stay around, get to know me a bit better, and you will understand). And your close-ups are not bad for the type of camera you have.

    These four example pics show that for the time being you still like to put your subjects into the very centre of your frame - you might start to break that pattern here and there and change the compositional dynamics of your photos by moving the subjects a bit to the side. Test it out and feel it and tell us how you like it.
     
  5. Neuroticax

    Neuroticax TPF Noob!

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    Ok, that's fine that you moved it. I didn't even realize it should have been there. LOL (sorry!)

    I do have a terrible tendency to make objects the center of attention, if you will. I guess I can blame on my OCD. :lol:

    My camera is lent out to the bf at the moment for the upcoming Ozzfest show, so when I get it back I'll be taking more pictures. I'll try and see what I can do about the "center" issue.

    Thanks! :thumbup:


    Edit: I found this picture I forgot about. It's not center!! lol Is this more of what you're talking about with the off-center type pictures?

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