What do you think of this?

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  1. mostly sunny

    mostly sunny TPF Noob!

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    Did I get the ??? right?


    I did brave the weather this morning with NO SHOES on to get this picture. It was 45 or so this morning.. brrrr

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    I know it's just a lemon.. C & C??
     
  2. HikinMike

    HikinMike No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The exposure is fine but it lacks interest. The background is busy and you have a twig in front of your subject, the Lemon. ;)
     
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    mostly sunny TPF Noob!

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    Of course it lacks interest. Most everything is dead in my back year.. Do you think the chili or mint ones I took would be of more interest.. Oh, wait.. the almost dead flowers..LOL

    You saw the mess I posted yesterday!! I was practicing today!
     
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    HikinMike No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I didn't see it.
     
  5. Sam6644

    Sam6644 TPF Noob!

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    hahahaaaahahahahahahahahahahahaahaha


    It's 8 degrees out at my house right now.


    eight.
     
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    starrshinee TPF Noob!

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    a little cluttered but nice otherwise! what is that thing underneath the lemon? looks like metal? another twig perhaps?
     
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    mostly sunny TPF Noob!

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    That is some very old rusted garden decoration.

    I'll brave the weather tomorrow morning as well.. Try to "clean" my pictures up..
     
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    starrshinee TPF Noob!

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    I like it though. makes me long for sun.
     
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    DubDeez. TPF Noob!

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    45?!

    8?!

    How about you try -42!

    That's my outdoors right now!
     
  10. Sam6644

    Sam6644 TPF Noob!

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    move to America, you hippy!
     
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    starrshinee TPF Noob!

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    what about CANADA?

    REPRESENT! lol
     
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    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    For this shot you used shutter priority so you have no control over depth of field when i would use aperture priority because i would be controlling depth of field if something is moving i would use shutter priority to either stop movement or show movement
     

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