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  1. Nikonster

    Nikonster TPF Noob!

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    Here's my first critique thread. I like the industrial feel, and the bulletholes are pretty cool too.
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    I'll take ANY and all advice, I'm a big noob.
     
  2. TATTRAT

    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the series, but missing the bullet holes.

    I like #1 the best.
     
  3. kevindosi

    kevindosi TPF Noob!

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    yeah #1 is great
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like especially #2 (it gives the best view of the box, which I assume is your subject). Can you tell us the details (speed, aperture, etc.)?
     
  5. Nikonster

    Nikonster TPF Noob!

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    They're easiest to see on #3. All the rusty circles are bulletholes from a LONG time ago, as they are fairly pitted these days.

    EXIF:
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    Nikon D80
    2008/01/26 18:05:46.5
    JPEG (8-bit) Fine
    Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
    Color
    Lens: 18-135mm F/3.5-5.6 G
    Focal Length: 28mm
    Exposure Mode: Manual
    Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
    1/2 sec - F/14
    Exposure Comp.: 0 EV

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    Nikon D80
    2008/01/26 18:06:30.3
    JPEG (8-bit) Fine
    Image Size: 1152 x 864
    Color
    Lens: 18-135mm F/3.5-5.6 G
    Focal Length: 18mm
    Exposure Mode: Manual
    Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
    1/2.5 sec - F/14
    Exposure Comp.: 0 EV

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    Nikon D80
    2008/01/26 18:06:46.2
    JPEG (8-bit) Fine
    Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
    Color
    Lens: 18-135mm F/3.5-5.6 G
    Focal Length: 18mm
    Exposure Mode: Manual
    Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
    1/2 sec - F/14
    Exposure Comp.: 0 EV

    Very minimal PS, only contrast a tiny bit of saturation. It was hard to get any steady photos, even with a tripod, as the ground was shaking, and it was like being in a windtunnel. Kind of a rush actually.

    I set my camera up ahead of time with intentions of making changes during the passage, but I was having a time of it, just getting AF to work, and bracketing for proper exposure. That's why the exif is so similar, shot-to-shot.
     
  6. Nature's_viewfinder

    Nature's_viewfinder TPF Noob!

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    you should go back again and take the picture with a little higher shutter speed to give the train little more detail.
     
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    everlastingphotography TPF Noob!

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    i agree
    raise the SS, and that will give you a lot more detailed photograph.

    i really like these angles though

    good work
     
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    ernie TPF Noob!

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    i like the third one the best. train seems like a ghost trying to get out of the picture.
     

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