Some shots I took with Nikon d90

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  1. Cain

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    Shot with Nikon d90 nikkor 18-105mm lense.
    these were shot a couple days after the purchase of my first dslr :)
    hopefully this works ive never posted pics on a forum hehe, and no thats not me its a friend of mine..
    please let me know how to improve :D

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    good job, pretty typical first timer shots, keep it up, keep learning, and keep posting
     
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    I like the last shot.
    It has a decent subject, and has some balance.
    Good job !
     
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    #1 - Slightly overexposed, greens in the background seem de-saturated. It's nice to see you didn't center the post...but it is just a picture of a post.

    #2 - Slightly overexposed, nice shallow DOF, nice to see you got some diagonals in the shot, I like this one better than the first picture.

    #3 - Nice image. You filled the frame, set it slightly off-center, there is a little bit of noise but it's not too bad. Nice.

    #4 - It's almost overexposed, subject off-center with the background blurred, the lighthouse is a nice touch, but you can see that shooting during this time of day means harsh light hitting the right side of the face and forehead (getting a little hot near the hairline) but at least the details are still visible in the shadows. Nicely done.
     
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    thanks for feedback :) ill continue to post and improve!
     

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