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  1. Dew

    Dew TPF Noob!

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    here's a few of my photographs .. feel free to comment, critique and constructive critisim :lol: ... i've been "shooting for about one month now (newbie amatuer) ... i still need to learn the "technical" side, lighting and such ... whats your take on these?? ... *they've been resized and compressed for web*



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  2. voodoocat

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    Not bad at all. Let me guess the lighting on the beads... 1 lamp with a yellow shade and a flash :D
     
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    i didnt use a flash on the beads, i used a small lamp for lighting and i beleive i tweaked the color in photoshop
     
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    Very nice shots! You definitely have an eye for this kind of work!

    Keep it up, we'd love to see more!
     
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    the photo of the door knob and the banister, i just used the natural sunlight ... im not a fan of flash (only when absolutely neccesary) ... the time most likely i will use a flash is for "fill in" ight ... if its really sunny outside.. otherwise, i will play with the manual and the iso
     
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    The middle two are great in both composition and technique. Very professional. The first one is nice, but doesn't hold my attention...the last is not really my bag.
     
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    Very interesting shots, you have an eye for your subjects.
    Personally I would've liked a little more DOF on most of them especially the first one which is my favorite.
     
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    I guessed flash cause of the look of the highlight. It looks to me like there are 2 lights being reflected, but one could be something else.
     
  9. Dew

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    thanks for all of your comments (keep them coming :D ) ..

    when my hubby gets home from work .. he's going to show me the varyings of DOF (he's a serious amateur) .. im gonna play with it for the bamboo sticks and see what i come up with :lol: ... if its a halfway decent pic, i'll post it :p
     
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    oh wait, i had 2 lights, one is a little light with a paper cover and the other is a small lamp ... thats what it is :D ... thats the reflections that u see :p
     
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    unfortunatly, u cant recapture a moment :? i cant reproduce that pic ... but i'll consider that for next time :wink:
     

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