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 Post subject: New teen member :)
PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:13 am 
Hey guys, my name is Kamil and I'm 17. I've been dying to get into photography except my only problem was the funds. Well I finally got my long overdue DSLR camera, A Nikon D3100. Lens is a 18-55mm. It's nice to have an easy to use slr camera that has all the adjustments of a better camera.:D These are pictures of my first car, I hope you enjoy. I hope you guys can tell me where to improve, Im a great listener! Enjoy
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Great car! Gotta love those old school Beamers! :D

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I really like these. #3 & #6 watch your horizons. #2 is a but burnt and there's lens flair, but I'm guessing that's intentional because it works here.

I think #4 is great. You have a red car, roof, and signage against the bland grey wall. I'm sure about the composition here though but I'm not sure how to better place the objects in the frame.

When photographing a vehicle from an angle (such as #7) it often looks better if the front wheels are heavily turned. This works best when shot from an angle looking at the front.

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Thanks for the tips, what you mean by horizons is you want me to center the subject more?


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I like 2 and 4, they're both very nice.

The flair in 2 gives it a very artistic effect, with the BMW logo shining and all. I also like the colours of number 4.

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