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    Hi I'm new to photography and just went on my first shooting trip. Here are some of my shots. Please comment on what I did wrong and how I can make it better. Thanks!






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    Is there a way to reduce/remove the rainbow effect on the bottom left for the 5th picture? I had something similar for a shot I did in Chinese Garden today.

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    I'm guessing thats filter flare? Try shooting without your filters attached.

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    I like no. 2, but the bar is disturbing the composition. Thx for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by blimmer
    Is there a way to reduce/remove the rainbow effect on the bottom left for the 5th picture? I had something similar for a shot I did in Chinese Garden today.
    that is called lens flare, to avoid it don't let the light get into the lens or use a lens hood. Nothing much to do with the filter.

    To imporve you must think about the composition b4 you shoot and give your image a title and/or caption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyxhimaerax
    wait for the sun to go down lower, some shadow detail would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    that is called lens flare, to avoid it don't let the light get into the lens or use a lens hood. Nothing much to do with the filter.

    To imporve you must think about the composition b4 you shoot and give your image a title and/or caption.
    thanks for the tip

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    not bad for a "noob" using d20 eh..
    ill try post mine tonight...
    btw ur eye for cropping to specific angles and details are great..
    much better than the original shots...
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