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  1. ndalton0969

    ndalton0969 TPF Noob!

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    im just looking for a little C&C. anything is helpful. Thanks!
     
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    reznap No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Man.. you gotta resize before posting here, it takes forever to load. Some people won't bother letting them load here.

    But, I like the pictures. I'd punch up the sky a bit in #1, especially if it was shot in RAW. I'd also give some more contrast to the mountains in the background. There are some sensor dust spots on a few of these pics that I'd try to edit out as well.

    They all look pretty good to me though, especially since you call yourself a newbie.
     
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    i really appreciate it. i have only owned my DSLR for about 5 or 6 months now, never taken a photography class, so i would say that i am quite the newbie to it.

    thanks for the tips the post production for shot #1, that makes a lot of sense.

    the "sensor dust" was actually sand i think, brought my dog to the beach that day. saw those spots on a couple of my shots, but after i got home and did a cleanup of my lenses, it seemed to go away.
     

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