Pictures from newbie for Critique ...thanks


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Hello, this is the first time I'm posting pictures on CS.

Hope to learn more....kindly please give me some advice on how to improve..
Thks!



Pic#1: Ready, Set, GO!



Pic #2 High speed turn



Pic #3 Final Dash to Westin


Pic #4 Merlion



Pic #5 CBD at Dusk
 

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Here are more pics for comments as well



Pic #6 Taj



Pic #7 Larger than life



Pic #8 First Light in Angkor



Pic #9 Dusk in India



Pic # 10 Our forefathers
 

ortega

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looks like you have the basic techniques so now your next step will be composition.
take a picture and ask yourself if it can be done better and if yes what would you change and how to change it.

or join photo shoots and meet up with like minded people for a good time shooting.
After which you can post the pictures and compare pictures and ask questions.
 

jonlou

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impressive night shots man.... :thumbsup: may i learn wad was ur camera setup and the pictures' details? (eg. shutter speed, aperture n iso etc..?)
 

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Using a new nikon d70 i've bought :D and trying it out

Settings for the night shots (pics 1-5) are F22 at shutter speed 10s. Using ISO 200

Zoom shots Pic 6-7 are at F5.6 at shutter speed 4s. ISO 800

Sihoulettes 8-9 are using a PnS camera. Got no idea wat settings it used.
Basically Reduced the exposure.


Comments greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Ortega: Ya I'll be looking forward to joining the photo shoot sessions, but Im crap in using flash and doing potraiture shots
 

Grub

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Great shots! Like you I am a newbie too. May I ask where this place is, where you took the picture of "Our forefathers?" Many thanks!
 

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I took the shot near 'tian fu gong' ...opposite far east square in CBD area.

its in a garden near the carpark along the main road.
 

eason

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For night scenes photos,could increase your exposure time.....look undrexposure and dim for the building structure.Perhaps buy a remote control and shoot with BULB mode.Anyway,good try,keep on shooting!! :devil:
 

Grub

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Thanks, newsnapster! BTW, what is tian fu gong, I don't speak any chinese...sorry lah!
 

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Ha no problem man.

It is Thian Hock temple....perhaps you can find it in the street directory.

Its actually opposite far east square in the direction towards tanjong pagar
 

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Newsnapster said:
Using a new nikon d70 i've bought :D and trying it out

Settings for the night shots (pics 1-5) are F22 at shutter speed 10s. Using ISO 200

Zoom shots Pic 6-7 are at F5.6 at shutter speed 4s. ISO 800

Sihoulettes 8-9 are using a PnS camera. Got no idea wat settings it used.
Basically Reduced the exposure.


Comments greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Ortega: Ya I'll be looking forward to joining the photo shoot sessions, but Im crap in using flash and doing potraiture shots

tripod lor? wah lao.... really impressive ur night shots.... :thumbsup:
 

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