A&P Shots from today

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jenny Jenn, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. Jenny Jenn

    Jenny Jenn New Member

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    Although they aren't perfect, all of them were only resized, which is a great step for me since I've been teaching myself how to really use a camera and stop relying on auto mode as much. Constructive criticism appreciated.




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    to me they all have so much going on its hard to focus on the main point or to find the main point
     
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    well while I personally don't really care for them, I must give you mad props for developing your own style so soon. All your pictures (here and in other posts) have the similar angles, composition etc, and it can take years to get that.
     
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    Well thank you I appreciate it.
     
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    Yeah they are kinda busy but that's okay. Not everyone has to like them.
     
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    dont get me wrong i never said i didnt like them, they are good but could be better, for example the second picture with the spider on the fence has great potential but the metal scafold that u see behind the fence is very distracting, take that away and you got one hell of a picture

    and for the third one i would use a longer lense to be a bit away from the fence and focus on the fence and lock so the background would just be slightly blurred, that would imho bring more attention to the lock fence
     
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    I think people should start using that for thread locking pics...:bigthumb:
     
  8. Phlea

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    Nice pics, good eye for your subject.
     

  9. :noes: These scary guys are in Delaware? :noes:

    :ughd: Time for me to move!!!!!
     

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