Very very first photos ever

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  1. Gsurf1029

    Gsurf1029 TPF Noob!

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    I just got my d40 and so far im in love with it.
    These are my very first pictures i have ever taken
    critique would be cool.
    all photos were taken within the hour i recieved the camera.
    thanks

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    my dog

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    my bro

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    coffee mug i liked this alot for some reason

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    hole

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    kid robot pattern
     
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    STINKY PICTURES TPF Noob!

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    Hey looks like your having a lot of fun with your new camera! good to you and congrats!
     
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    Gsurf1029 TPF Noob!

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    thanks alot!
    any critiques?
     
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    robitussin217 TPF Noob!

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    The color, lighting and contrast on all of them are good. If those are the default settings, remember them after you play around. They're good and sharp, too.

    I'd say that the first picture is the best. It has interesting subject matter and pretty good placement and perspective. I like the sepia effect.

    The last three don't do anything for me. The perspective on the coffee mug makes it look like a picture of a coffee mug lid. Have fun, man! I'm jealous. I'm still saving up!
     
  5. ChrisP

    ChrisP TPF Noob!

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    Nice sharp pics. Start by moving out of the Auto programs into aperture priority and manual modes. Play around with different apertures to see how affects exposure and depth of field. Enjoy the camera!
     
  6. TamiyaGuy

    TamiyaGuy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice photos! They're certainly better than the ones I first took :(. What mode did you use? All auto or some playing about? Good job!
     

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