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February 6, 2013
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it’s my first photography need tipsbidar-fort.jpgBidar.jpg

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February 7, 2013
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What do you need tips for? How to take a pic? where to stand? I dont get it.. Nice photos.

February 7, 2013
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Thanks! n how can i improve my photography? some feed back on these photographs……n which one do u like in both of them?

February 7, 2013
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I like the second one… the first you stand on the wrong spot.

The sky on the first photo is nice but a bit over exposed on the right.
The sky on the second is blown away due to the sun coming through the “window” in the ruin.
If you had under exposed the second a bit i think it whould be better.
And i whould stand so that i had horizontal and vertical lines on the first.

February 8, 2013
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I like the second Image but the sky is over exposed ….. nice work as a beginner….and for tips watch all video of Oksana….. I am sure u will learn from it and improve ur photography skills…………..Wink

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February 8, 2013
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Welcome to the forum! Not a bad first try. I actually like both photos. If you know how to use Lightroom, you can try to play with sliders there. To darken the sky and brighten the landscape would be nice. It might work just by bringing highlight slider toward the left and shadow slider towards the right.

February 8, 2013
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I think the 1st one is underexposed, but there were some advantages on that exposure… I liked very much the green hedges, they jump over the dark green of the grass, like an eyeliner makeup on the eye. It’s very nice to see that photo because of the contrast between the dark greens and the lighter ruins. About the second photo I confess I’m not a big fan of photos against the sun but it’s a way to go, and if you want to improve more that image just bring up a little bit the shadows to create more drama.

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Oksana is right, a small adjustment on the Highlights and Shadows in PP should do the trick on both photos. Overall, good pictures for a first timer.

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