Some New Shots With My New Camera

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  1. The_Saint

    The_Saint TPF Noob!

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    I recently got a Fujifilm FinePix s700.

    Not the best camera out there, i know. but it was within my parents budget, and alot better than my old cannon compact cam.

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    What do you think?? C and C please.
     
  2. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i like them, looks like you travel a lot, some of them seem oversharpened too...
     
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    Last two I like a lot.
     
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    Travel alot?

    All these shots are taken right here in east london, south africa.
     
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    nice pictures
     
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    thanks
     
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    Most of the time, a good photographer can overcome mediocre equipment. Most of your shots are very nice. In #1, the sky is blown, but #2 & 3 are pleasant, if a little boring subject wise. Also, in the sand pictures, the sky is blown out too, but the others are nicely done. Keep up the good work.
     
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    Very nice. You are in a very beautiful area of the world!
     
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    yeah. its really beautiful here, so many political issues lately though...
     
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  12. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The photos could more easily be commented on if they were numbered.
    But I personally quite like the last but one in the first (long) series, the moon rise.

    And the fourth (very orange sunset) looks quite African to me. I doubt such trees can be found elsewhere (or can they?).

    You spotted the scenes nicely where you photographed the reflections in the calm waters of the lake - and early in the morning, by the look of things.

    I also like the sharpness of your close-up on that droplet. Very nice, all in all. You seem to be enjoying your new camera. That's good :D.
     

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