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    Default My newbie Shots

    Taken with my D40 kit.

    1. Sunshine



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    Default Re: My newbie Shots

    please observe the critique corner posting guidelines http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=139941

    1 picture per week, thanks

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    hey , i like number 1, im a newbie too btw!...

    would be better if there was ALOT MORE clothes being hung to dry and that one "extra" pole didnt steal the attention.

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    oops ...sorry abt that.

    Well, difficult to find sunny day and LOTS of hanging clothing...hee...Anyway...just practising my shot.


    Quote Originally Posted by eikin View Post
    please observe the critique corner posting guidelines http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=139941

    1 picture per week, thanks
    Last edited by Learn2Photo; 29th January 2007 at 07:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chanmin View Post
    hey , i like number 1, im a newbie too btw!...

    would be better if there was ALOT MORE clothes being hung to dry and that one "extra" pole didnt steal the attention.
    hmm.. but without that "extra" pole, the pic would lack a point of interest..

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    Default Re: My newbie Shots

    Hi Learn2Photo,

    For picture #1, my opinion is:
    - would probably be better if without the distracting elements of tree leaves and houses.
    - could benefit from a deeper blue sky (using polarizer).

    Cheers.

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    J-chan.. i didn't really take note of the sole bamboo pole sticking out...haha..now i feel abit awkward when looking at the pic

    Ziploc...i think have to try from different locations, also the space between the walls and trees are very limited. 2) I also realized that the contrast somehow not up to std... but not sure how to PS it.

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