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An assortment of pics. Some are from last week, all of them are digital, none of them were taken with the viewfinder or the view screen. I prefer with the digital to just hold it out and shoot and I've had really nice results and very few flubs.
So point and shoot definitely has its advantages.
Oh yeah .. and just because I'm posting pictures doesn't mean that I'm asking you to rip them up and tell me what's wrong with them all. If you have some honest criticism... something you think might make a picture stronger or something, feel free to say so. I don't mind that at all.
Just don't come at it with an attitude. If you give me your opinion in a manner that's offensive, I'll be offensive right back at you.

Usually it's a pain to attempt to get a lens flare...with the sky like it was that day I couldn't avoid them. I've got 8 really nice sun/cloud/flare pictures but well... they're a little repetative...

This one is my favorite, I think. I just like how big the sky looks.

This is another big sky picture... not really great but I liked what the clouds were doing.

This one is so completely "inspirational bible quote on a little plastic card" looking... but the colors are nice.

I got this by holding the camera against the ground and pressing the shutter. I'm not really sure why I prefer shooting that way.


Aug. 16th, 2002 08:08 pm (UTC)

My only comment would be that a couple of them (the inspirational bible pic, for instance) look (to me) like they're framed too high - i.e. the bottom feels kind of cut off. Don't know if that was intentional or just an artifact of not using the viewfinder.
Aug. 16th, 2002 08:14 pm (UTC)
It's intentional. Horizons don't tend to look too good stuck in the middle of the frame. It creates more visual interest to go above or below (usually.. it's not a die hard rule) and I wanting to get more of the sky and less of the very dark street and vague house shapes below it.
That was a total throwaway shot that I threw in because of the inspirational card vibe.

As for the other ones that are framed rather high, it's on purpose. I like it.


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