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Tom A
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22nd Jan 09 at 23:31   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Thinking of doing photography at a-level and just wondered if people have got any incredible pictures, taken by themselves or someone else, just for a bit of inspiration. Put up some really breathtaking photos.

Cheers.
mooney
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23rd Jan 09 at 03:30   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

wouldnt say there were amazing but i like them,







[Edited on 23-01-2009 by mooney]
Graham88
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23rd Jan 09 at 04:48   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I'm yet to take a photo where I think to myself, did I really just take that
AndyKent
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23rd Jan 09 at 08:38   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I've got quite a few of my own that I really like, but you'll never be happy as theres always something to improve on, or that you wished you'd done differently.
Gaz
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23rd Jan 09 at 20:49   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by mooney
wouldnt say there were amazing but i like them,







[Edited on 23-01-2009 by mooney]


3 technically incorrect images


No-one takes incredible Pictures simply because not everyone has the same taste.
mooney
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23rd Jan 09 at 22:00   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

you saying there shit lol

i've always wanted to get into photography but its a bit too expensive for me because my other hobby costs me a fortune (golf)
Gaz
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23rd Jan 09 at 22:17   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Not shit not, Just unfortunately not incredible for the reason i posted afterwards.

Photography is bloody expensive - Tell me about it!!!!
Adam_B
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23rd Jan 09 at 23:29   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Why are they technically incorrect Gaz?
Gaz
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23rd Jan 09 at 23:52   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

#1 needs contrast and straightening
#2 is a failed attempt at a silhouette
#3 has the dogs paw cropped/cut off

John
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24th Jan 09 at 01:15   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

If the picture is what you want it to look like it's 100% correct.

Picture 1 looks really good imo and the majority of the trees are perfectly vertical, the river/whatever it is just runs diagonally to the right, don't see what exactly you'd straighten.
Adam_B
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Agree with Mr John on the first one, i would maybe add a touch more contrast to try and bring out the 3 first 'backgroud' trees. How is number 2 a failed attempt at a silhouette? it looks like a silhouette to me. The dogs paw isnt really the focal point now is it? I think your being slighty a lot over critical dude
mattk
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24th Jan 09 at 03:11   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

This is the picture im most proud of, considering the stuff I had to do it with

BluKoo
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24th Jan 09 at 03:13   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

shame about the model...
Graham88
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24th Jan 09 at 03:17   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Agreed, get the moobs out next time and I might look twice

But I do like that pic Matt, it's very well lit.

[Edited on 24-01-2009 by Graham88]
mattk
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24th Jan 09 at 03:35   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

thats what I mean, my brother dragged out of his student, pizza and coke ridden bedroom to sit on a dining room chair with cream curtains as a background, a speed light behind him and the on-camera flash with a tissue covering it to diffuse it a bit

need a propper background and some propper lights....
Gaz
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24th Jan 09 at 09:16   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Adam_B
Agree with Mr John on the first one, i would maybe add a touch more contrast to try and bring out the 3 first 'backgroud' trees. How is number 2 a failed attempt at a silhouette? it looks like a silhouette to me. The dogs paw isnt really the focal point now is it? I think your being slighty a lot over critical dude


OK, 1 is probably as straight as you would get it actually.
2, you can see the detail and colour still within the foreground, It should be completely black
3, It doesn't matter if the paw is not the focal point, its cut off end of

Anyway enough of this dudes pictures lol I'm not an expert, but if these were posted up on a photography forum, then that is the type of C+C they would get.
Adam_B
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24th Jan 09 at 12:08   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Your eyes are obviously much better than mine
Whittie
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24th Jan 09 at 12:45   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Meh....






























[Edited on 24-01-2009 by Whittie]
mattk
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24th Jan 09 at 12:49   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I havent seen much from you lately Whittie
Whittie
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24th Jan 09 at 12:50   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I've got a shit camera and aids.
mattk
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24th Jan 09 at 12:52   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

and im just shit

[Edited on 24-01-2009 by mattk]
John
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quote:
Originally posted by Gaz
quote:
Originally posted by Adam_B
Agree with Mr John on the first one, i would maybe add a touch more contrast to try and bring out the 3 first 'backgroud' trees. How is number 2 a failed attempt at a silhouette? it looks like a silhouette to me. The dogs paw isnt really the focal point now is it? I think your being slighty a lot over critical dude


OK, 1 is probably as straight as you would get it actually.
2, you can see the detail and colour still within the foreground, It should be completely black
3, It doesn't matter if the paw is not the focal point, its cut off end of

Anyway enough of this dudes pictures lol I'm not an expert, but if these were posted up on a photography forum, then that is the type of C+C they would get.


No they wouldn't, i've read talk photography, unless you post in the serious c+c bit everything is amazing.
Daveskater
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24th Jan 09 at 13:22   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Whittie

Timing with that shot


Numberwang!

Originally posted by AlunJ
I like you Dave, you are a man of men

Originally Whatapp'd by Neo
Dave's maybe capable of a drive-by cuddle

Look at my pictures
Gaz
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24th Jan 09 at 17:05   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by John
quote:
Originally posted by Gaz
quote:
Originally posted by Adam_B
Agree with Mr John on the first one, i would maybe add a touch more contrast to try and bring out the 3 first 'backgroud' trees. How is number 2 a failed attempt at a silhouette? it looks like a silhouette to me. The dogs paw isnt really the focal point now is it? I think your being slighty a lot over critical dude


OK, 1 is probably as straight as you would get it actually.
2, you can see the detail and colour still within the foreground, It should be completely black
3, It doesn't matter if the paw is not the focal point, its cut off end of

Anyway enough of this dudes pictures lol I'm not an expert, but if these were posted up on a photography forum, then that is the type of C+C they would get.


No they wouldn't, i've read talk photography, unless you post in the serious c+c bit everything is amazing.


Obviously not read it correctly then.
Graham88
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24th Jan 09 at 18:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Daveskater
quote:
Originally posted by Whittie

Timing with that shot

Now that picture did make me think, wow that's cool

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