That's a cute dog pic, show's a lot of expression. Not bad if that was taken with a GoPro.
This is just a pic I took from my hotel room in Binghamton, NY:
Nice picture, know it's not technically above me and I don't have another picture but that picture was with a Nikon, the name escapes me at the moment... Lost in luggage coming back from break, it was a good camera, as for the gopro that's also gone now, lost skiing, I've driven past this spot nearly a thousand times to and from tournaments, great setting. The one tree right in the front i think takes away from the church in the back, only thing I don't like about it
...I've driven past this spot nearly a thousand times to and from tournaments, great setting. The one tree right in the front i think takes away from the church in the back, only thing I don't like about it
Thanks, I tried to get them to cut down the tree before I took the picture, but they said no. The shot was taken from the top floor of a nearby hotel.
Here's a portrait shot I took. Good subject, very cooperative and always has a smile.
I really like the picture of the building, does it actually curve in like that or is that an effect from the picture? I am a photo n00b so maybe it could be a little shraper around top/ try to cut out some of the sunlight.
I just have a point and shoot and my photos are from facebook so not the highest res., looking at getting a Nex 6 because I like taking pics so much. Here are a few from a summer or two ago.
I may try to catch your fish if they are big enough First PT- 55G
I love B&W's. Especially the shrapness and high contrast in this one. I am reticent in critiquing the underexposure of her face, because it may just be a stylistic preference, however, since it seems to be the main subject, it probably would have been best to leave the detail.
Otherwise a very well composed shot! Very clean.
Here's one of mine, still brand new to digital.
Canon 60D+Sigma 17-70
30 sec Exposure
Nightscapes especially stars really fascinate me. I wanna capture "Aurora" once. Cool picture BTW. Try to make your frame without the electric wires. They distract.
Here's a startrail I took last year. There was a road and I didnt notice when I set my camera but them some cars passed through the road and so you can see the burning horizon. Over a period of 2 hours I took around 90-100 shots of 6-10 seconds and then stacked them. It was a no moon night.