Major Fubar, May 21, 2007 in OFFTOPIC
damnit chris... you should be giving me lessons :P
i just noticed iÂ´m useless at photography
The Berlin Wall
Damn killagee! Those are amazing. I especially like
Recently edited a few more shots from my trip:
i cant understand how you get those sharp and interesting photos... all i get is flat and boring ones....
damn.. i need to take lessons....
i cant understand how you get those sharp and interesting photos... all i get is flat and boring ones....damn.. i need to take lessons....
Well, personally I started being complimented on my photos when I learned the rule of thirds, so if you haven't yet - look that up! Otherwise, if you have a camera that takes manual settings, and my last comment seems like very basic advice, check out this site:
well... i know the rule of thirds, and i know pretty much about shutter wpeeds and stuff like that.... just that... i cant get any good motives
Hmmm, yeah, inspiration can be tough. Just take a walk around town with your camera and try to capture something unusual, or something ordinary from an unusual perspective.
so i did a couple of hourÂ´s ago...
this is the better pics imo...
Nice! A bit dark, but looks like you had some tough lighting conditions to work with.
it was either too early or too cloudy.. cant tell wich..
had it been darker some shots might have looked better..
hadnt it been total overcast it would have been much lighter, but then i would hav had a much shorter shutter speed, and i wanted it to be long so...
iÂ´ll do another try tomorrow or next weekend...
wow very nice Photos.
But hey Berlin has nice backgrounds for photos.
Quote[/b] ]Frederichstracht Palast
Nice one but its not the original. ( click for the original )
Keep it up, good photos.
If you open your eyes and stay off-site the typical tourist routes you will find the nicest places here.
Also a insider tip is the Gardens of the World.
Ok I will cut here.
Good work all.
Killagee, those Berlin shots are amazing - I wish I'd gone out at night for photos when I was there!
Sad news for me though. After buying a brand new lens, which cost me £300, my shutter mirror broke... I've been taking pics on manual focus but haven't really had the time to get out enough!
*Saves money for the 30D*
EDIT: Played around just now whilst bored:
(Click on the flickr links for bigger pictures)
Sorry to hear about your Mirror RangerBob... Is that a flame being blowen off a lighter? Its awesome!
The band I was touring with played three nights at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, so I had ample opportunity to get out on onto the street and photograph some of the actionâ€¦ What a great vibe there! The old town in Edinburgh is just beautifuland makes for a stunning backdrop to the festival.
Haha, wow - I didn't realise you were around the fringe, the atmosphere is great isn't it? Lovely pictures, I think I have one of the red guy kicking about too!
Ready to race
The Church up on the "Dreifaltigkeitsberg"
You are really getting around this globe killagee I'd almost expect you to be in a constant state of jet-lag, at the least you should be an expert on it by now Wonderfull images!
I went to the zoo yesterday, here are a few pics:
More Penguins, I like this one
Anyone got any suggestions for an image editor? Got few pretty nice images lurking around, but PS Elements 2 just lacks few useful features, such as curve editing. Just brightness and contrast... doesn't give the right effect to the image. The Canon Digital Photo Professional (provided with the camera) seems to have it for RAW images, atleast, but well... it seems to be automatic.
No, I haven't tried GIMP or new trial versions of Photoshop yet. Preferably, the "something" should be easy-to-use (not much harder than PS), and free.
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