Newbie nature photos

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Pest, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. Pest

    Pest TPF Noob!

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    I just wanted to say Hello to all and put my last photos [SIZE=-1]for critique/comment[/SIZE] ;)


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  2. zombiekilla

    zombiekilla TPF Noob!

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    Any possible way you can get rid of the date? There beautiful shots but thats quite distracting!
     
  3. oldnavy170

    oldnavy170 TPF Noob!

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    I was going to say the same thing...........(mind reader..;))
     
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    snownow TPF Noob!

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    Nice look, the second one is a little soft on the focus. But a good capture none the less
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hallo Pest (why-o-why THIS screenname!?!?!?? It means "the plague" in my language!), welcome to ThePhotoForum.

    You sure like your unusual perspectives in your nature photography, don't you? I quite like the view into the flower from below in the first, how much did you have to bend and twist to get this, or did you even have to lie flat on your back?

    Same applies to the second, did you lie down for it? The horizon is not all level in that one, and I was looking for the softness in focus that has been mentioned, but the twig that's leaning to the mushroom is in focus, so I think that part of the mushroom is, too, only does it look so soft? I guess it's its surface that makes it seem soft? Nice DOF (depth of field) in that one, mind!

    And hey, once again: I do like the perspectives, or POV (point of view) - so now you know the two most important TPF-abbreviations there are in one post. Phew, over and done with this :D. TPF is ThePhotoForum, of course, and if you ever come across USM, that is Unsharp Mask. OK, now ALL the important abbreviations are dealt with.

    Now simply enjoy being here :D.
     
  6. deggimatt

    deggimatt No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Number #1 is excellent. Try to remove the date it's disturbing.
     
  7. Pest

    Pest TPF Noob!

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    Ofcourse, must just turn off date option in my camera, date is very helpfully but thts true, its really distracting photos :(

    Thats just shortcut from my lastname :lol:

    It was lucky shot in both cases, i just puted camera on ground, set some options and get shot :lmao: My simple camera can do really nice photos :p Its really hard to get idea for some non ordinary photo :(

    Thank u all for comments, and sorry very much for my bad english :blushing:

    Here is another shot from my forest trip(i know date is there again, i can promise i will turn off date next time:)):

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    And here is this plant with yellow flower:

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  8. inshaala

    inshaala TPF Noob!

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    cool first shot there, i like the pov. Shame about the date of course - but with a little time and a bit of effort with the programs out there (thinking of photoshop and the like) you can get rid of them.
     

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