Some pictures. Comment Please!

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  1. Wiljo_5

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    Hey, maybe some of you have already seen these, some of you haven't. But it doesn't matter; please comment on the following pictures (be as detailed and "rude" as possible lol. I want to learn). This is my first camera and ive only had it for one week, so could you explain to me without using to many "photography vocabulary" lol.

    thanks!

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    Very nice - I really like them. I too have only had my camera for a week, but my pics dont lok nearly as nice as yours. Great work.
     
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    Thanks man!

    Oh and by the way, im using a Nikon D60 with 18-55 Lens (stock one)
     
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    I am using the same setup. Are you using a speedlight or ambient light to get that effect. I can't seem to get that lucky. Maybe I need to start trying to shoot some macro.

    Those pictures are splendid.
     
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    Im using the natural light (if thats what it is called). I dont have any other flash exept for the D60's stock flash, but i never use it cause the object always looks way too shiny.
     
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    If you don't mind me asking, what ISO, Shutter Speed, and Aperture setting did you use on those photos? They really turned out spectacular. I wan't to try to replicate the effect.
     
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    I love number 3. The blue in the picture is absolutely amazing. Did you do any editing after taking the picture(post processing)? Thanks
     
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    I know i had the ISO at 200 (i think lol).. But i dont remember the shutter speed nor aperture setting. Sorry.

    In #3 I added a little bit (about +15) of saturation.

    Any more comments are appreciated.. thanks!
     
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    Nice shots. If anything could be said I'd might move that flower just a tich to the left since there is a lot of dead space to the left of it. The DOF is fantastic though.

    Good job, good photos! :)
     
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    great photos, i love how the colors POP out.. what exactly is #3.. its very interesting, but i'm not 100% as to what it is (which i think is one of the reasons I like it)
     
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    It looks to me like a twist nozzle water hose end. I could be mistaken though.
     
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    Thats true! lol.. Its a water nozzle.
     

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