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Old Mar 23, 2005, 12:36 AM   #1
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Well, guess I'll be the first one to post. Which also means that this is probably what you all are not looking for. Oh well, I just did something quick with some photos I had taken a few weeks back. Will be taking more tomorrow so I'll post some new ones after this.



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Old Mar 23, 2005, 12:37 AM   #2
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Old Mar 23, 2005, 4:14 AM   #3
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I think they're greqat Alphie and they fit the challenge well. (As I mentioned before, the Mustang is my favorite :-))
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Old Mar 23, 2005, 6:46 AM   #4
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alphie,

great shots! good work on your depth of field on the first and i like the second.

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Old Mar 23, 2005, 9:34 AM   #5
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Thank you. :-)
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nice work

i like the play of light in the backgrounds of these two images...

the dof rocks in the first!

the second shot has a nice angle, but could probably be zoomed out just a tad, to get that small piece on the upper left inside the frame..

nice work

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Thanks. That's one of the problems that I have. I tend to not see the whole image and thus I do cut off some things. ButI am working on it. :-)
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the best way i've found to help with that problem (i had it too...and still have it in some cases)

is to use a tripod...and the consciously analyze the photo before you take it...

to make it a habit..you'll have to force yourself to look over the image on the LCD, or viewfinder and make sure it's what you want, but it'll all become habit eventually

slowing down also may reveal other things you may have forgotten to do, and allow you to fix them before you take the shot!

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the best way i've found to help with that problem (i had it too...and still have it in some cases)

is to use a tripod...and the consciously analyze the photo before you take it...

to make it a habit..you'll have to force yourself to look over the image on the LCD, or viewfinder and make sure it's what you want, but it'll all become habit eventually

slowing down also may reveal other things you may have forgotten to do, and allow you to fix them before you take the shot!

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Thanks a bunch! I'll definitely do that.
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