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

  1. tmlphotography

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    Hi everyone, Ive always been into photography just could never see myself spending so much money on a camera.. needless to say, i finally did about 2 months ago. I kick myself everyday for not buying one sooner.. haha!.. It has completely taking over my life. anyways, im gonna post like 3 photos just to get some c/c and see what you all think.. thanks!



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    These are some great shots. Welcome to the forums, this place is packed with helpful people who also have a passion for photography. If I was really forced to nitpick, I would say that the focus was a bit off on the bee, and I would have allowed for a greater depth of field in the 3rd shot. Can't wait to see some more of your work.

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    To add, the first one looks a bit gritty and a little over saturated. I think it might look good as a b&w. I like 3 the best, and IMPO I like the depth of focus you chose.
     
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    Were these photos processed? I think all three of them are great, but I feel like the colors are just too much in all three of them. In both 1 and 3, the blue sky almost looks fake.

    In the second one, the contrast in the green leaves are over powering the bee. I feel like I should be focusing on the bee as the subject, but my eye keeps getting drawn to the leaves.
     

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