some of my photography

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  1. xoayyveeox

    xoayyveeox TPF Noob!

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    please tell me what you think!

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    thanks for your feedback!
     
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    xoayyveeox TPF Noob!

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    anyone?:meh:
     
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    xoayyveeox TPF Noob!

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    please?:confused:

    i'm just looking for feedback.
    -am i doing alright?
    -what could i do better?
    -do you like the pictures?

    anything will help me. :) thanks.
     
  4. Josh220

    Josh220 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Give it a little time, it takes longer than 15 minutes for people to get to threads.

    #2 is too blurry for me
    #5 try it again without the bunch of blurry grass at the bottom.

    The rest look good, but nothing extremely interesting. What is the red line in the picture of the cat? A string?

    Also, larger photo's would make it easier.
     
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    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    #1 - I think you got too close and cropped too much out.
    The others lack substance. They appear to be just images to take a picture of something.

    Question for you: what made you take the picture ... think about it ... and did you capture what you thought you saw ?

    This is a good exercise in capturing a great picture.
     

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