Newbie wanting advice and tips

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by levret, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. levret

    levret TPF Noob!

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    I think I posted this is in the wrong place so I'll put it here as well. Sorry for any confusion!

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    Hey everyone

    I'm 22 and been playing around with cameras since my childhood, as I picked it up from my dad. However, I want to get more good at it and hoping people could take a look at my photos on flickr and let me know what they think.

    Comments, positive or negative, will be useful!

    Cheers!
     
  2. Kileki

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    I think you have an eye for photography. If you study and learn more about how to take a better picture, I think you will be able to develop even better pictures. Although some of your shots look like regular snapshots, there are others that really have potential, and you need to learn how to develop them better. good shots though.
     
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    My suggestion would be pick a couple of photos you want to have critiqued and upload them here.
     
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    Too many. Just pick two or three and post them. - TF
     
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    You have some very nice pictures, some could use a little straightening but for the most part nothing seriously wrong (some of them are underexposed but its still fine, if you used slower shutter speed it proably would have RUINED the pictures with the camera shake instead of a TEENY (like seriously barely) bit dark.
     

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