Newbie With First Photo's

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Guinness, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. Guinness

    Guinness TPF Noob!

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    Hi all, these are some of the first photo's I have taken with my Canon 350D.
    Some of them are also the result of my first attempt at using Photoshop, so I may have gone a bit OTT with the editing :confused:
    Apologies if this doesn't work first time.

    1)Taken very early morning on the north Devon coast.(Has not been in PS)
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    2) Same coastline, also has not been in PS.
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    3) Taken in Cannock at abround 3:00pm GMT. (Has had some editing:blushing: )
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    4) Taken at a farm in Stafford at around 3:00pm GMT (Has also been edited)
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    Let me know what you think. :mrgreen:

    Steve.

    P.S. Could someone tell me why they are different sizes?
     
  2. duncanp

    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    Welcome to TPF, great pics


    i really like no 2 the most with the soft tone and colour of the sky :thumbup:

    i feel no1 would have beniffited from a smaller apature though..


    looking forward to see some more pics fomo you :D
     
  3. duelinthedeep

    duelinthedeep TPF Noob!

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    wow great shots
     
  4. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    welcome, great fist pics. Like the first two, the second two are a little overcooked with ps, but don't worry you'll pick up plenty of tips here.
    You can resize your pics in ps...just go to image size and change the pixel dimensions to around 600x400 (just use 600 in the longest side of the frame, the other dimension will change automaticaly) :thumbup:
     

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