Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Tyson, Jan 20, 2007.
I got bored, I think I posted one of these before.
Interesting Tyson. I like the second one better. The truck being at an angle just seems a bit more interesting.
One tip, whenever possible (there are exceptions) try not to put your subject smack in the middle of the frame, but rather off to the side a bit. Rather than try to explain it without graphics, do a google search on the rule of thirds.
I hope they were just practicing!
nice selective colouring
Nice idea Tyson, #2 for me as well. What program do you use?
Well I just posted these just for fun, I took them at a house fire we where called to. I was late getting to the station (I was In Bed) so I drove up in my truck and started snapping pictures. I used a Pentax Optio S40 (My RC AP camera) and edited it in camera. Yep I did it wile on the go.
I don't think you have shown any of the two on here before. To me it seems like I am seeing both for the first time today.
Interesting effect ... that is done IN-camera? I doubt any of my cameras can do that, though I never really investigated to find out, I must admit.
While it may be more aesthetic to show the fire truck at an angle, as in #2, I don't mind the square view in 1 too much since it gives me the chance to study a lot of details - things that are on the truck and so on, though I tend to study the ... erm ... circumference er: ) of the fire fighter more biggrin: )...
The Pentax Optio S40 is a cheap little point and shoot camera. Pentax makes a great line of point and shoots, you can go to menues and edit pictures before putting them on the PC. You can crop and color select and manipulate colors. I have several cameras, this is just one.
Very neat shots! And I never knew you could do that on ANY camera.
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