A&P n00b's First Pictures Thread

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by dano, Sep 3, 2006.

  1. dano

    dano OT Supporter

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    Nothing too fancy. I don't proclaim to be the world's best photographer. I don't even bother editing the pictures other than resizing them. I will admit a few need editing, but I really don't care.

    Camera is a hooptie old Canon A75 Powershot (3.2 MP).



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  2. DeeRock

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    Those are some sweet shots. It's not so much the camera, as it is the user. You obviously have a good grasp of the basic concepts of photography.
     
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    Thank you. :)

    Everyone tells me to turn this hobby into a sidejob, but I wouldn't know where to begin. My crappy little Canon doesn't look too professional. :rofl:
     
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    sLpFhaWK www.JJiGz.com

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    I'm diggin the last photo but it seems bit underexposed. still decent tho
     
  5. dano

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    It's just because it's so small. I know the one car and tree behind it seem to blend together in that picture. The larger JPEG of it shows a distinct difference between the two.
     
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    You got some really good perspective photos.
     
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    Learning how to edit photo's in Photoshop decently can make a huge difference to your photo's I've found.

    I'm using a Fuji S5500 which isn't a DSLR, but is a high end P+S, and after photoshopping pictures look 10x better.
     
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    I was going to make a similar comment. The artistic aspect makes as much of the picture as the camera in most of what you posted.
     
  9. dano

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    So you'd say I've got a good eye for photography then, yes?

    I really want a DSLR so I can get some low-lighting night shots. I tried them with my A75 and that was a complete failure. The camera just isn't that capable.
     

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