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  1. dragon12

    dragon12 TPF Noob!

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    Hi I am new here and i been lurking around here for some time now. I recently got a sony a330 with the kit lens 18-55 and bought another lens of tamron 70-300mm at a decent price. I was wondering what is a good program for photo shop? I know there is cs4 and lr, but what else would be a good program to use for window?
    Well anyway let me know what do you think of this picture i shot. I did not use any photo shopping at all.

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  2. Tulsa

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    Its obvious photoshop was not used, not sure what to say about 1
    2 and 3 are noisy, too much going on and they are soft, hope that helps
     
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    i like the composition of #2. what's the blue streak? in any case, it's a complimentary splash of color ;-)
     
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    some stuff in the second picture that shouldn't be there, otherwise it's good. the other 2 are either too soft or out of focus.
     
  5. bazooka

    bazooka No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Interesting subjects. I like the composition on #3. However, none of them are very sharp. Did you use a tripod? Your exif data isn't there (or at least it isn't for me) so I can't tell if your flash fired, but it looks like it did in #2 and #3. I'd try these shots again with a tripod and no onboard flash. Perhaps set up some lighting around the aquarium, assuming it's at your house.
     

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