I am new to photography, as I am sure you can tell by my photos, and I was hoping that with help from you all I could improve. Basically right now I just take my camera with me when I go for a walk and snap picture of whatever happens to be in my path, and these are some of the results.
I have some others as well, but I guess the file size is to big to be uploaded.
i say you past beginer
welcome to the forum
sory for being so formal ...i'm in a rush
My guarding angel is a double agent !!
I agree with alucard. Your beyond beginer. These are pretty damn good for being occasionally snaped while going for a walk. I'd like to see more. You should start participating in the photochallenges
Here are a few more. I was pretty proud of myself for piecing together the one of the capital. The camera I used for all of these photos is a first generation Sony Cyber-shot 5.0 mega pixels DSC-T1. Not very snazzy, but it fits in my pocket so I can carry it with me wherever I go.
Last edited by Crucial Taunt; March 8th, 2007 at 06:01 PM.
well hell, you're definately on the right path, i say continue doing what you're doing. haha
this thread just proves that equipment doesn't really matter.
you dont need a $850 digital slr with 100 lenses and crazy tripods to take great photos.
its the photographer that takes great photos.
Thank you for all the comments, and complements. I was expecting to get ripped apart on here, so all the complements were a nice surprise. I would really like some more criticism from some of you pro photographers so I can improve myself.
hey, the fist time i have spent some time going though this thred. Some realy good stuff here!!
thanks for sharing, well im about to go out with me camera now as well, ill leve detaild feedback for you later
Here are a few more. These pictures like the other ones are mostly spontaneous photos, the one with the girl is the only one I tried to set up.
Last edited by Crucial Taunt; March 11th, 2007 at 12:47 PM.
as above, the last picture for some reason just doesn't feel right, very strage. But 99% of the above you look to have a good idea about composition, as eazym said your cropping decisions are very refreshing