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  1. allston,MA

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    new here, any comments or advise is appreciated.

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    Looks like your white balance is jacked, maybe set to auto.
     
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    I like the two of the theme park...very neet idea ;)
     
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    There's a Fender and... what's the Flying-V? Nice guitars, but you need to bring out the wood grain some more. Try using a flash or different lighting.
    I like the ferris-wheel picture, and the cactus(?) makes for a pretty funky shot.
     
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    Gotta get a flash or 2 to improve your product and still life images. Check out www.strobist.com
     
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    i have a flash..its not attached to the camera, but i usually set the camera on B and flash my subject a couple times...i could really use some advice on my technique though...

    the other guitar is a "giffin", google "giffin guitars", its a pretty damn cool company.
     

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