random beginner shots

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  1. carter713

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    new to this some input would be great thank you

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    I would crop out the telephone poles in the first shot. And clean your lens/sensor/whatever for god sakes. :lol:
    Second and third shots are too blurry for me. Try messing with your camera settings a bit and use a tripod if you are taking shots with long shutter speeds.
     
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    There is no focus point in #3?
     
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    thanks for the input! and yeah i need to fine out how to clean the sensor
     
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    First get one of these. Giottos | Rocket Air Blower - (Medium) 6.6" | AA1910 | B&H

    THere are many videos on youtube how to do it, but read your manuel about mirror lock up. I just did this on my wifes d70 and it was pretty easy.

    PS, if your not comfortable doing it get a camera repair shop to do it.
     
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    looks like you found the flying spaghetti monster in pic 1.
     
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    i have a d70 to so that makes me feel better i thought there was nothing i could do to clean it
     
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    the 2nd picture would've been 1,000 times better with a tripod, so quit slackin and lets go to inkleys :) we can clean your sensor too
     
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    one more for some input i think this is my best one yet

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    the 3rd shot...is just not a good shot, the 1st one, the mountains arent sharp enough for me. the car one is the best.
     
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    i should have done the third one better i was trying some things out and would you know how to make the mountains sharper?
     
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    i use paint shop pro to edits my pics, and most everyone on her uses photoshop..so i have no idea...i usually just increase contrast, and it seems to help a little.
     

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