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Old Jun 9, 2010, 7:31 PM   #1
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Hi i was in the "what camera to buy " section a while back , since then i have done alot of reading on here (learning ) I bought my T2i and the kit 18-55 and for about 125.00 extra i got the 75-300mm III usm non is lense with it.(new) .So i have taken some photos with it playing around , trying different things . i have some photos i would like you pros to look at and criticize. I was shooting directly into the sun, so i shot from auto to 1/1000 shutter speed ....clarity is not that good , but i only adjusted the shutter trying to capture the sun (defined) and the landscape . One is off level, please offer your thoughts on how i can improve (not all are done in thirds)
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Old Jun 11, 2010, 4:04 PM   #2
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Hi i was in the "what camera to buy " section a while back , since then i have done alot of reading on here (learning ) I bought my T2i and the kit 18-55 and for about 125.00 extra i got the 75-300mm III usm non is lense with it.(new) .So i have taken some photos with it playing around , trying different things . i have some photos i would like you pros to look at and criticize. I was shooting directly into the sun, so i shot from auto to 1/1000 shutter speed ....clarity is not that good , but i only adjusted the shutter trying to capture the sun (defined) and the landscape . One is off level, please offer your thoughts on how i can improve (not all are done in thirds)
Good Luck with the new camera. I'm glad to see you have good
weather for playing with it.

I like your pictures. The first two might be better with a shorter exposure
or smaller aperture (higher f/). This would reduce the intensity of the sun,
but on the other hand, it would also lose some detail in the shadows.

I prefer the last ones where the sun is setting. Perhaps you could
improve the composition a bit. Maybe a rule-of-thirds composition
would work here. Although we shouldn't adhere too slavishly to
composition rules.

Good start. I look forward to seeing more.
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thanks for your reply and advice ! I am a true novice so i am gladly looking for pointers
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