A&P New to DSLR crew v. Junkyard deer

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  1. SnugNuts

    SnugNuts New Member

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    Still learning how to mess with the camera setting and stuff a bit, and learn a little bit about editing in Adobe LightRoom. C&C Good or Bad. I got thick skin [​IMG]
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    First shot is awesome.
     
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    I'm sorta diggin' the first one, the rest of them I'm confused about....no real perspective or attention to detail :dunno:
     
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    thanks. I like it the best too.
     
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    what can i do to make it better?

    ive fucking joined 2 photography sites, and they have been up for a few days, and ive already gotten more responses on here than either one... OT FTW :bowdown:
     
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    well IMHO...

    1. is good in composition and exposure
    2. could use some more exposure to show some details
    3. I have no clue what I'm looking at if it weren't for the other pictures. Try to get more of the subject into the frame
    4. poor exposure and the house is distracting, again, if it weren't for the other pictures, I wouldn't know what I was looking at. I try and think as if each photo is independent and needs to show the entire subject in one frame...
    5. I could live with this one
    6. again the house is distracting, and it looks like you're trying to take a picture of the cactus, the "leg" and house are just getting in the way...
    7. see #3
    8. there's no clear defined subject, the car, the deer, the antenna?? not to mention the exposure is a little high, try knocking down the aperture a little
    9. just poor composition, it seems you're trying to take a picture of the car but you're focusing on the deer. my attention is drawn to the deer and the out of focus car is just getting in the way
    10. this picture should be deleted for bad exposure and bad composition :dunno:

    I know nothing in terms of photography in comparison to some of the people here on OTAP, but that's my two cents :bigthumb:
     
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    Thanks dude. I see what you mean about not know what it was unless if it was for the other pics, but i guess i was just trying to show what the deer was actually made op.
     
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    Poor vibrance/clarity sliders...
     

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