uhh..Flowers

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by LittlePsychoFlowerChild, May 25, 2007.

  1. LittlePsychoFlowerChild

    LittlePsychoFlowerChild TPF Noob!

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    i can tell you..im a newbie..
    i dont even have a perfect/special/good camera..
    but i just like to take pictures..so
    tell me what you think..
    o_O

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    ^^i like this one because the water doesn't even look like water...:confused:

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    dayflowers/nightflowers

    feel free to edit if you want to :)

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  2. Trenton Romulox

    Trenton Romulox TPF Noob!

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    Since your a newbie I'll address some rather simple concepts to try and help you out. By the way, I'm a newbie too, but just keep hanging around here and you'll pick up things extremely fast :).

    Okay, on the first shot, the reflections in the water are distracting, the top of the flower is blown out, and it could be a bit sharper.

    The second shot is overexposed (sky) and the flowers (subject) are just too centered. The viewer's eyes could look anywhere on the shot, you need to lead eyes to the subject a bit better. Maybe that's just me though.

    The third shot, while I like the idea, is just too out of focus to be considered a good shot.

    Just keep a few things in mind whilst shooting: is there anything distracting in my frame, is the subject in an appealing position, is there uneven lighting, and is everything in focus. If you think about those things, you'll find yourself taking much better pictures. Good luck and happy shooting.
     

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