Some Photos - C&C please

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  1. barfastic

    barfastic TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys, i finally took some shots with my camera, and i wanted to ask you guys what i could do to make these pics better. im still trying to figure out all the settings on my a350... (Click on images for larger version)

    I dont have Exif data for this specific image. These are my all time favorite shoes... ADIDAS stan smiths originals. gotta love how comfy they feel. :p

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    This is a picture of my sunglasses (yes i know they are dirty) but i like how the left lense curves the ledge they were sitting on.

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    This third picture is quite interesting. I was chaning some spot lights in my room, and i realised they made a nice xolorful spectrum on the ceiling, so i tried to capture both the bulb and the rays on the ceiling.

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    EXIF Data
    Camera Make: Sony
    Camera Model: DSLR - A350
    F-Stop: f/8
    Exposure Time: 1/20 sec.
    ISO: 100
    Focal Length: 55mm
    Max Aperture: 4.97

    This shot was taken from my POS (Sony W300) but im almost 99% sure i will able to get another chance at such a photograph tomorrow. So i want to make sure i get it right or better this time (i dont have a polarising filter atm, so i hope glare wont be a problem) using my DSLR.

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    thanks in advance :D
     
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    barfastic TPF Noob!

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    no comments or criticism? :(
     
  3. bigtwinky

    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Being so small, its a pain to have to click on each one, go to the imageshack site and view them from there.

    1- this one can do with alot more contrast if you are to keep it in black and white. I also don't find the picture that interesting. If it was closer in or further out to get the whole shoe, that might work a bit better.

    2- Interesting perspective, might be worth having something interesting in the background.

    3- I do like the lighting alot in this one. Although there is a bit behind the bulb that is a bit distracting.

    4- Probably one of the better ones of the set. Love the colours, but there is a slight window glare. Nice job though
     

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