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  1. birdman

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    Hi people. Im a beginner and i do mean beginner, just started last month and never really picked up a camera before. Anyway I took this today and iv not done anything with it, i mean no editing. Please any feedback would be very helpful. Thank you
    ps it was taken with my Sony a300
     
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    You should post a bigger version as one can't see anything with this resolution. Would love to give you some input!
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    I think that there is no reason to post 2 threads with the same picture.
     
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    First what I can make out between the two small images is that the horizon is not level. That can be a bit distracting. The subject and point of view my be helped by the rule of thirds: Rule of thirds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It will help to read a little bit about that. I don't want you to be discouraged but I think you would benefit from some good reading material. Go to the library, bookstore or magazine retailer and open up a few books and magazines and see what others are doing. See what you can do to learn and try some of what interests you. We all started pretty much there.
     

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