Some of my pictures.

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  1. avilamillar

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    Here are some of my photos, what do you think??

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    Pictures #1 and #4 are interesting.

    Pictures #2 and #3 have a lot of noise and are losing detail.

    Pictures #5 thru #8 are a nice start...you got in close, which is good. But you centered the subject which makes the picture static and boring. A little too much going on in the backgrounds too.

    The last picture is kinda boring. It's just a snap shot of trees, trees adn more trees with no main subject. Sometimes putting something distinctive in the foreground will really help.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, they really help, when i buy my new camera ill put some new photos to see if they are better.

    so if i dont center the subject it will look better. ill take some more.

    thanks!
     
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    Which camera are you buying?
    Here's a good tutorial on composition. Be sure to click the "How to improve your photography" link at the bottom of the page.
     
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    one more:

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    a part of my glass is a little dirty but i like this photo.
     
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    C&C please.
     
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    i find them all cropped too tightly and boring. google "rule of thirds" and learn how to compose a shot properly.
     
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    One thing I would like to point out is that no new camera is going to help you take better pictures. At best, a new camera will just make taking better pictures easier. A talented photographer can take a good shot with just about anything, whereas someone with no talent or experience could have a $50,000 Hassleblad system and still take crappy shots. It's all in the eye, not in the equipment. The single most important piece of photograhy equipment lies about 3" behind the viewfinder.

    All that said, I like all your shots for the most part. Good work, especially for a beginner!
     
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    Thanks you very much for your comments, im trying to get some better shots.

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    You have one awesome fish tank
     

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