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Just a couple of my first snaps.


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Nevadabob

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I'm kinda new to the whle photography thing, but I like to experiment. Here's just a couple of photos I snapped over the past year which turned out quite nice. Let me know what you think!
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highlights are blown in shot one and it needs some contrast. Shot 2 is better. What camera?

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thanks for the comment. I took these with a Samsung i6 Digimax, 6 megapixels. I think i'll make some adjustments to the 1st photo.

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you can also try to focus on the brightest area, push your shutter button down about half-way to ''hold'' that focusing as you reframe your image in the second one, then take the picture.

as for the first one, if you know anything about hdr, you could take several images of that scene with different exposures (keep the f- number the same, just change the speed) and do an hdr image to balance out the light and dark areas. if your camera does bracketing for you, that would help a lot. also, it would help to use a tripod so your images lined up perfectly in the hdr.

most of all, have fun! :)

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I feel as though the 1st one is a bit saturated but still a great photo. Nice job

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Second Picture is great, but it would be better if the fishing rod would be complete on the picture and not cut off.

Good pictures go on

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Not bad, first one is a little over exposed.

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Good starters. Try thinking about symmetry when taking pictures like number two.





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