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Apologies for novice photos. This was taken with my new Nikon L310 (I'm still very new to photography), and I'm just slowly adapting to it.

 

Here are some photos of the Australian $2 coin I took, Lol.

 

 

 


Edited by SkyBleu - 11/10/13 at 9:34pm
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Here's one I took when I visited Japan, taken with an RX100

 

 

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Apologies for novice photos. This was taken with my new Nikon L310 (I'm still very new to photography), and I'm just slowly adapting to it.

 

Here are some photos of the Australian $2 coin I took, Lol.


 

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Awesome mate, representing Australia, keep them coming! 

I'm sure the others will make you feel invited too. :smile:

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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post
 

Apologies for novice photos. This was taken with my new Nikon L310 (I'm still very new to photography), and I'm just slowly adapting to it.

 

Here are some photos of the Australian $2 coin I took, Lol.

 

 

 

Not bad!

 

Here's a tip from an amateur to a novice...don't be afraid of post-processing. It's not cheating at all. You could get those pictures to look better by upping the contrast, or changing the tone here and there. Think of the raw photograph like a freshly baked cake, and the PP like the icing you'd put on it to finish the job. Imagine a wedding cake without icing :D

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Awesome mate, representing Australia, keep them coming! 

I'm sure the others will make you feel invited too. :smile:

Thanks, mate. :D

 

'Straya Represent!

 

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Not bad!

 

Here's a tip from an amateur to a novice...don't be afraid of post-processing. It's not cheating at all. You could get those pictures to look better by upping the contrast, or changing the tone here and there. Think of the raw photograph like a freshly baked cake, and the PP like the icing you'd put on it to finish the job. Imagine a wedding cake without icing :D

 

Thank you for the advice!

 

I'll definitely keep them in mind, and if need be, I'll start practicing with Photoshop (Noob at this also, lol) again to get those touch ups done right, seeing that my camera lacks those features. 

 

Slowly, day by day, this noob will learn to become an amateur:) haha

 

Here was one of my first attempts at Photoshopping after taking a picture. It turned out to be alright, and I was happy with it for a first-timer. :D


Edited by SkyBleu - 11/10/13 at 10:17pm
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Here's one I took when I visited Japan, taken with an RX100


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Really nice, I have more Kyoto pics taken with RX100.
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Perfect product photography

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Perfect product photography






I didn't take the photo, just thought the camera was new and different.biggrin.gif:o
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Edited by jc9394 - 11/11/13 at 9:25pm
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I didn't take the photo, just thought the camera was new and different.biggrin.gif:o

 

oO..The Nikon Df is an ultimate compact FF camera. With hell a lot of dials targeted towards Nikon old timers who always complain about missing buttons for certain functions. Has the sensor of D4. But, quite pricey. Can't really say this as better than sony's offer. But, this is going to be a winner for Nikon with its legacy lens compatibility.

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I didn't take the photo, just thought the camera was new and different.biggrin.gifredface.gif

oO..The Nikon Df is an ultimate compact FF camera. With hell a lot of dials targeted towards Nikon old timers who always complain about missing buttons for certain functions. Has the sensor of D4. But, quite pricey. Can't really say this as better than sony's offer. But, this is going to be a winner for Nikon with its legacy lens compatibility.
the Sony can use Leica glass. Checkmate.
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The Df is seriously tempting. I want the sensor, but without all the cost and features of the D4, which I wouldn't use (I shoot in manual mode with auto-ISO most of the time). Heck, I just did what Ken Rockwell suggested and set up my D800 the way he does his and, crazy as the guy is, he is right that the in-camera JPEGs are all that is needed most of the time.

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November Sunrise

 

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