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russ p

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hi, i have just brought my first slr and im loving it but after seeing all the great pictures on here i would like some feedback on how to improve mine, please dont be to hard
 

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Hitby

Prominent Member
Your images are ok. The only couple of things I'd say (and I'm by no means an expert) are try and shoot from a different angle than your normal standing one. Ie, for the chicken get down on your knees. This gives a POV different to that of everyone that has ever seen a chicken. Secondly, try and frame the subject somewhere other than the centre of your shot - look up the rule of thirds. If the subject is moving try and leave more space in front of it so that it has somewhere to go in the image.

hth
Dan
 

sleekyG

Established Member
Your images are ok. The only couple of things I'd say (and I'm by no means an expert) are try and shoot from a different angle than your normal standing one. Ie, for the chicken get down on your knees. This gives a POV different to that of everyone that has ever seen a chicken. Secondly, try and frame the subject somewhere other than the centre of your shot - look up the rule of thirds. If the subject is moving try and leave more space in front of it so that it has somewhere to go in the image.

hth
Dan

Very well said. I think that's some really pretty nice advice to start with. :smashin:

Learn some good angles. :)
 

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