Tinkering

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by crownlaurel, Jun 7, 2007.

  1. crownlaurel

    crownlaurel TPF Noob!

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    These are a few shots I took on a hike to the ruins of a cotton mill burned down by the Federation Army in 1864. They are uncropped and shot mostly on scene landscape mode, all on a Kodak advanced P&S...

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    crownlaurel TPF Noob!

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    Here's this one cropped...

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    I cropped these last night:

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    Any ideas on better angles (Can't get down to it, fenced off) or what the best settings/time would be for outdoor shots? These were between 12noon and 1pm, so very harsh sun I know. I may get to go back between 6:30 and 9 next week sans kids (VBS!) but I don't have a buddy to go with and I am not sure how safe solo hiking would be (it's about 1/2 mile down but there's supposed to be more another 1/2 mile) in that area. Some of these are going to be powerpoints, but for the mnost part these are practice.
     
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    It doesn't bump when you edit. Sorry.
     
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    I like these alot it's a good place if you could get in to shoot enviornmental portraits.
     

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