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    Just brought my D50 and went down my house to take this pics..... pls give comment to improve... Thanks in advance.....

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    Placing the flower in the middle allows user to easily focus on. It would be better to use rule of 3rd so that the subject can interact with the background to create a story.

    Perhaps you might wanna PS to bring out the red. It will create a better impact.

    Hope it helps,

    I'm also newbie armed with a D50. Hope to see more of your photos.

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    lol thanks bro.... lol u stay at bukit panjang too....

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    u get the first element of photography right....i.e taking an interesting subject...but art comes hand in hand with creativity, technical and science. Try arranging your subjects using different viewing point, equipment, angles, light etc. Most importantly, picture out what is it that the subject makes u interested to snap it down. U have shown it, the flowers, the colour, the shape etc.

    Great start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maltese View Post
    u get the first element of photography right....i.e taking an interesting subject...but art comes hand in hand with creativity, technical and science. Try arranging your subjects using different viewing point, equipment, angles, light etc. Most importantly, picture out what is it that the subject makes u interested to snap it down. U have shown it, the flowers, the colour, the shape etc.

    Great start!
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by limyouliang View Post
    lol thanks bro.... lol u stay at bukit panjang too....
    haha yea~ next time, we can have fun shooting in BP.

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    i live in BP too!
    im 19 too!
    haha
    and i have a d50 too!

    nice shot btw. maybe some boosting of contrast to bring out the colour of the flowers would be better. but nevertheless a great start!

    regards,
    jizeng

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maltese View Post
    u get the first element of photography right....i.e taking an interesting subject...but art comes hand in hand with creativity, technical and science. Try arranging your subjects using different viewing point, equipment, angles, light etc. Most importantly, picture out what is it that the subject makes u interested to snap it down. U have shown it, the flowers, the colour, the shape etc.

    Great start!
    well said!

    this picture can be taken in a portrait orientation and i think will look good.

    TS stays in bp?

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    Default Re: First Newbie Photo

    try a tighter crop... a square format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal.snake View Post
    try a tighter crop... a square format.
    ok take noted....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryuggen View Post
    Placing the flower in the middle allows user to easily focus on. It would be better to use rule of 3rd so that the subject can interact with the background to create a story.

    Perhaps you might wanna PS to bring out the red. It will create a better impact.

    Hope it helps,

    I'm also newbie armed with a D50. Hope to see more of your photos.
    Sorie mmm... what is all the rule about...I am also new here.. Wher do u get all the rule from?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by excelglsi View Post
    Sorie mmm... what is all the rule about...I am also new here.. Wher do u get all the rule from?...
    just go library borrow a book.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by limyouliang View Post
    just go library borrow a book.....
    Thanks I will...

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