Oak

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  1. Harmony

    Harmony TPF Noob!

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    Since Richmond literally has oak trees growing everywhere, I thought that I would take a picture of one on a sunny day. I'm a total beginner (complete with 5 megapixel point and shoot camera) and I'll take all the tips you can give! Thanks =)

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    Interesting perspective. You can still get great shots with a P+S, you should check some of Emma's images, you just need to know its limitations. For example P+S cameras going from the bright sunlight to the leaves is a bit abrupt, it should be more gradual. However, in the end it's not the camera it the person behind the camera.

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    Thanks for the critique! Who is Emma and how can I see her pictures?
     
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    Wasn't really a critique, you didn't clip the transition, it's just P+S cameras do that since they add more contrast and sharpness for a more pleasing effect, which does have its drawbacks.

    http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=76841

    Have a look at this thread. Her screen name is cherrymoose, love her work :thumbup:
     

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