Sunset and Cactus - Beginner Photography

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Memory Maker, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. Memory Maker

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    I am a BEGINNER! I don't have the professional camera like most of you probably do. After looking at everyone else's photos I thought I should not even bother posting mine, but I am going to anyway. Let me know what you think...for a beginner, that is :blushing: So please don't be 'too' critical ;)

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    I like them! In the first one, the road is a little bit too dark, but i like the colors of the sunset. Good job. :)
     
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    I like the first one a lot. Nice colors.
     
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    Yeah the first one is nice. I like the contrast & sky.
     
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    Hi!

    I like the first. It could use a little tweaking in Photoshop though. You could, for example, brighten the road a bit and enhance contrast and colors in the sky a little bit. I like the way the road leads you into the picture.

    The same goes for the cactus pictures, though they arenĀ“t very interesting. They miss something interesting (light, clouds in the sky, mist etc.)

    Cheers,
    Roger
     

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