Noob here! Advice on my pictures

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  1. vwkid45

    vwkid45 TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys.
    Take a look at my pictures tell me what you think. Let me know if I can improve on anything. Good and bad comments welcomed!
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  2. Luke

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    you've some nice pictures there. Learn how you did them, then keep going and progressing, good luck
     
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    vwkid45 TPF Noob!

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    thanks Luke, i'm trying. Anyone else? any advice is welcomed.
     
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    anyone else? any words of advice will help!
     
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    I really like your perspective on the 3 one
     
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    I always think a border can do so much with a photo. Try just adding a simple, black border around them, and see what it does.
     
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    thanks! more more more!
     
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    Pic #1 is interesting. I like macro shots a lot. Pic #2 is lacking in color, but what you focused on was sharp. Pic #3 is awesome, really sets a tone/mood. Pic #4 looks like there was some camera shake there. Maybe you meant to do that for effect. If it wasnt on purpose, you might try a tripod, or brace yourself and the camera a bit more, or use an IS lens, especially in low light shots. Overall, very nice pics.
     
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    it took me the longest time to figure out what that basketball hoop was.... but i love it
     
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    I think #1 would benefit from more depth. What f stop were you on?
     
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    I'm a basketball player and at first I didn't even know what #3 was! :( I'm losing my mind. :lol:
     
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    ok i'll try to answer all the questions.


    NJMAN: yes it was a camera shake, i was in a weird position.

    EfergohI think #1 would benefit from more depth. What f stop were you on?

    I am so new, i don't even know what f stop means, i'm still going through my maual. I rather just take pictures! my fault!
     

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