XSi Shots C&C

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    Ok so I just got my Rebel XSi today and I am extremely pleased with it and love it. Luckily, it was a beautiful day so I went outside and shot some things. Here are a few of the subjects I photographed. Let me know what you think please.

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    bump... anything?
     
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    It might just be me but they look stretched. It would be nice to see a macro shot of the dandelion and perhaps the field of flowers. I do like that the field of flowers have the one sticking above the rest in focus. Though, I think a more level shot would have been more interesting. I don't really care for the other 2 shots. They don't have any wow for me.
     
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    JW why would it matter what camera you got?
     
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    What do you mean Jimmy?
     
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    I'm looking at the two shots of the flowers, and I might actually close down the aperture a bit. Too much of these photos are OOF, and the extremes of in and out of focus are too great of a contrast.
     

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