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Ah, that's a cool way to make some cash.

I just reshot the bubbles pic, does this work for you? If so, let me know and I'll clean it up a bit.

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Awesome, clean it up like you said and upload the 1920x1080 of it when ever, thanks!
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Awesome, clean it up like you said and upload the 1920x1080 of it when ever, thanks!

Alrighty, enjoy! (Click on the image and it should be 1920x1080)

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pinkfloyd- I love the first 2; colors are great, especially on the 1st. The 3rd I am not a huge fan of, mostly because of the out of focus flowers that are distracting. I'd give the first a 9/10, the second a 8/10 and the third a 6/10.

This is one of my first pictures with my new (and first) dslr and my first to be posted here. I still need to learn to post-process correctly, but I am slowly getting there. Constructive criticism to this newbie would be great!

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@bl1nk: Did you shoot with a tripod or handheld? At 1/10 sec and 88mm, it's very hard to have a clear picture by just handholding it. The quality of your pictures will be improved if you learn how to minimize camera shake. Besides the technical aspects, the overall composition can be improved by either giving the bottle more room to breathe or completely concentrating on just the bottle. The way you have the bottle almost touching the borders detracts from my subjective visual balance.
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Its not post processing you want to get a hold of first..
Know your camera know everything it can do and will do along with things you know you cannot do but do it anyways(unless you can not do video the of course that is out of the window)

Thats advice from a beginner, Im still learning and i know that i need to know everything this camera is willing to do, that step one, then learn bout post process..The less work in post processing you have to do the better...This is all from learning on the web(ocn, and other photography forums and peoples blogs and portfolios) along with magazines from bookmans to see how they took the shot i am interested in learning to take just so i know how to do it quick and only need to take a couple instead of a hundred to just have one that i perfect...

I dont like to drink much anymore, so ill give a 7/10
keep shooting
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Here is a hay stack surrounded by flooding waters.
I took this spring of 2011.

Exif isn't showing the info. I had to crop out almost 40% of the picture as i only have the stock 18-55mm kit lens.
Iso 200, f5.6,1/60 55mm

@Blink
I have the same camera smile.gif
With a tripod, you can also lower the iso and go for a longer shutter to remove grain from the back ground, unless that is what you were going for.

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Thank you all for the opinions/advice, I appreciate it. I could definitely see a tripod improving that picture as it was done by hand, hence the high ISO/grain. I just didn't want to spend a bunch of extra cash when I just entered into photography. What I meant about my comment on PP is that where I have watched dozens of photography tutorials, I have not yet begun to focus on PP as I am still learning the actual shooting process.

micro- Nice picture, shows me what I can do with my camera. For me, I think I would of liked a bit more vertical as it looks like some nice scenery/mountains up there. But who knows, that loose of a crop my ruin it. I'd say 8/10, bare with me as I am new to rating photos also. I've been reading up on how to correctly rate/judge so I can give more to this thread.
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Thank you all for the opinions/advice, I appreciate it. I could definitely see a tripod improving that picture as it was done by hand, hence the high ISO/grain. I just didn't want to spend a bunch of extra cash when I just entered into photography. What I meant about my comment on PP is that where I have watched dozens of photography tutorials, I have not yet begun to focus on PP as I am still learning the actual shooting process.
micro- Nice picture, shows me what I can do with my camera. For me, I think I would of liked a bit more vertical as it looks like some nice scenery/mountains up there. But who knows, that loose of a crop my ruin it. I'd say 8/10, bare with me as I am new to rating photos also. I've been reading up on how to correctly rate/judge so I can give more to this thread.

I see what you are saying about the crop. I was afraid to go any more vertically as the sky was way over exposed.I have only had my camera since April 2011 and the pic was taken after i had had the camera about 1 month.
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