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I joined some days ago, too. Have fun in this forum!
The pine cone in the middle in a straight vision looks not very interesting. You can change the angle next time - perhaps mote to the tip to get more structure information of the pine cone. Perhaps a much wider angle could make it interesting?
Thanks for the tips. This was taken on one of my first shoots, before I really thought about changing perspectives.
I like the lamp and beach - photo perspective. Sunrise / sunset colours would make it perfect. Good exposure of the lamp without black shadow.
I wish I could revisit the location to attempt one of those options. I really think it would add a lot
The beach is my favorite photo. Colours, perspective, looks so fragile and precious. Perhaps a longer focal length, going a bit away could help.
Pretty house with the lighthouse picture. Extreme angle of view makes the light house fall to the left. I don't know, whether the rope and tank are so much disturbing.
I might try messing with this in photoshop like previously recommended in order to straighten out the lighthouse.
The leaf: thought, you catched it falling down. But something wrong with the photo then: there shoul be motion blur in the background. Take such photos with a longer focal length to get it more 'cropped'.
I didn't actually catch it falling. The leaf was literally hanging by a thread, which explains the lack of motion blur.
Sorry for my school english - I try my best.
Would you be so kind to give some C&C to my pictures, showed in the listed threads?
Go on with posting you pictures. You have an interesting view to our world...
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Have always fun with your x-e one
Thanks for the feedback. I'll be sure to check out your shots