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Old Mar 1, 2006, 2:09 AM   #1
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i did not know what ot upt for a title so sorry. this a picture i did in raw its not very good it mite be too soft.comments , tell me what you think.
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Old Mar 1, 2006, 2:44 AM   #2
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new shot with new camera.

could be an interesting subject, but i think you should walk around it and take a few

more.

a bit of advice. centering the subject is an uncomfortable perspective, artisticaly.

rule of thirds deffinately apply's here.

keep shooting!


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Old Mar 1, 2006, 2:53 AM   #3
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yea.. try a few new angles out.. this is simply documenting a house.. look for some interesting angles, details or a new way of presenting something.. have a vision and go for it.. don't be afraid to be creative, some won't work at all, but then some will, as you get better, this percentage gets better..

this one is just too centered, and its crooked too, and a bit soft.. but we all have to start somewhere..

welcome to the forum, i hope you enjoy your stay and learn a few things along the way..

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Old Mar 1, 2006, 6:58 AM   #4
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Your photo reminds me of a 19th century building here, built by the Edward family(English) which was handed to an Italian and then a Turkish family. Now it is being run as a snack cafe for the University students and stuff. I will also take a photo and send it from that building which serves with a wireless internet connection while having my coffee, I hope!
Agreeing with the comments from Hards and Crawford, I also think that such a crop as below, would be better, for the extra lawn on the nearer side of the road to us does not seem to be contributing the image much, as the garden of Versailles does to the edifice:G

Meanwhile is it a fuji e900 you shoot with?
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Old Mar 1, 2006, 1:29 PM   #5
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no its the s9000
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