Newbie shots using D90


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orh lulu

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Hi there, bought my very first DSLR 1.5 months ago. Inspired by friends that are into photography and great pictures posted here. Still trying hard to understand the different setting in my camara. Some shots taken during the weekend, look forward to valuable comments to improve.

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orh lulu

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Hello...welcome.

Your post processing skill not bad leh.
Thanks for the compliment Galdor, struggling with software doing the post processing.. i am a real noob when comes to software.. ha.. but was all fun. Was looking through all the pictures i took, if dont do post processing, they dont look appealing to me.. Most photographers do post processing before pictures are shown?

any comments on the pictures taken? Cant seems to get sharp quality pictures... mus invest tripod soon or nothing to do with tripod?
 

Ang Pow

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Hi there, you've got real nice pics, btw I really like no.2.

Oh and the busker with the long horn is incredible. I though it was coming from some pub, and my friend thought it was a spaceship...
 

alanQ

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Hi there, you've got real nice pics, btw I really like no.2.

Oh and the busker with the long horn is incredible. I though it was coming from some pub, and my friend thought it was a spaceship...
Hey there Ang Pow,

i think number 2 is a sweet pic too haha
do you think it'll look nicer if the corners were a tad darker? haha just my impression
i'm moree lost in software.

cheers
 

jctan77

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Thanks for the compliment Galdor, struggling with software doing the post processing.. i am a real noob when comes to software.. ha.. but was all fun. Was looking through all the pictures i took, if dont do post processing, they dont look appealing to me.. Most photographers do post processing before pictures are shown?

any comments on the pictures taken? Cant seems to get sharp quality pictures... mus invest tripod soon or nothing to do with tripod?
IMO, it is very obvious that "heavy" post processing are done in your photos. For people to comment more accurately on your skill in photography, I think it would be better to keep posted photographs to minimal or no post processing. This way you will also learn about your camera limitations and which area you are weak in before you post process your photos to "complement" those limitations and weaknesses.

By the way, I'm a newbie myself ;p
 

orh lulu

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IMO, it is very obvious that "heavy" post processing are done in your photos. For people to comment more accurately on your skill in photography, I think it would be better to keep posted photographs to minimal or no post processing. This way you will also learn about your camera limitations and which area you are weak in before you post process your photos to "complement" those limitations and weaknesses.

By the way, I'm a newbie myself ;p
Thanks for your comments. Will kp that in mind.
 

ortega

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please note that the correct place for images are in the respective gallery and not in the newbie forum
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TS please repost in the gallery forum
 

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