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post #3291 of 10513
5/10, DOF is too tight making most of the subjects out of focus. Try putting the subject to the side and follow the rule of thirds. The second would look fantastic if the subject was in focus.

edit: looks like you put the blur in via photoshop or something. Take the blur out and you're golden


Edited by wheeltowheel - 1/8/11 at 12:16pm
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post #3292 of 10513
I see a little grain on the pic maybe is just me but i dont like grain so 6/10.
The Blur effect was on purpose will take another few shots.

Here is another one
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I see a little grain on the pic maybe is just me but i dont like grain so 6/10.
The Blur effect was on purpose will take another few shots.

Here is another one
7/10 im not a fan of the blur.
btw, how did you get the fan to stick there like that?

heres mine
i took this a few months ago:
    
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post #3294 of 10513
Enfluenza 8/10 nice pic there.

Well i put the fan on top of the GTX460 with double side tape and a bit of super glue on the upper left corner so it hangs there for months now (chipset one) the vga's are 92mm fans with double side tape in the block and a zip tie on the power connector (had to go creative with those heheh) but hey it work's managed more 25MHz core at the same voltage

By the way how you guys post a pic bigger? mine stays in thumbnail....
Edited by [CyGnus] - 1/8/11 at 1:13pm
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By the way how you guys post a pic bigger? mine stays in thumbnail....
I use photobucket.com.


post #3296 of 10513
Nice Bokeh. 8/10 I'm guessing that's an amp in the background. Show me some amplification love next time!

The detail this 55-200mm VR can capture is more than I expected. This was taken just outside my apartment a few minutes ago with less than ideal ambient lighting conditions. 100% crop.

ISO 100, f/8, 1/20



Edited by theCanadian - 1/8/11 at 4:41pm
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post #3297 of 10513
8/10 Nice photo.

Here's some amp love. This amp makes the music sound as warm as the Bokeh in this photo.

post #3298 of 10513
mahtareika very nice pic 9/10 i really love that pic very clear and the blur effect rocks

Edited by [CyGnus] - 1/9/11 at 1:40pm
post #3299 of 10513
5/10 -- The facial expressions and high subject-background contrast make me feel awkward.


Picked up a 35mm/f2.0 yesterday morning and went out with a friend to do some urban adventuring.
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post #3300 of 10513
9/10 Great picture and interesting subject!

I just got a Nikon d3000 with a 18-55mm/f1.8-5.5 lens (my first camera) so here is some experimentation:
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