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  1. #6881
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    Shot this beauty while out on a stroll. Nikon D80 18-55mm DX with ring flash
    Started with a Nikon D50 and now learning how to use a D80.
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  2. #6882
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    nice shroom . . where is it? lol
    Nikon D40 18-55mm kit
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    Nikkor 180mm F2.8 AI

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  3. #6883
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobc4d View Post
    nice shroom . . where is it? lol
    growing in a nice little spot just waiting to be plucked
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  4. #6884
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    A desert landscape
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  5. #6885
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    God, I botched this one bad. Any advice?
    I'd like to think no-one here tears anything apart.. but for constructive critisicysm (god I've forgotten how to spell) this is the place.

    It's not botched but perhaps you could have made more of it.
    The fence isn't a strong enough element to be worth making the topic so I'd of moved closer to avoid having any fence showing.
    The power lines on the right just make me think move forward or left if possible (or photoshop).
    I think the bulldozer in the distance could have made a strong central element against the nice sky and ground but perhaps the ground around it was ugly?
    Possibly worth moving forward and shooting the bulldozer against your sky.
    Just my relative newbies 2 cents worth.
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  6. #6886
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calico View Post
    growing in a nice little spot just waiting to be plucked
    My dads advice for those who can distinguish mushrooms from toadstools is to leave a little of the mushroom beside the plate to help out the coroner

    Todays POTD for me (Confession I've replaced the sky)
    Hallet Cove National Park where various ice ages depositied different coloured silts over millions of years which have caused preferential erosion and interesting "sugarloaf shapes".
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  7. #6887
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    DPR, I like the composition there, but the replaced sky just doesn't work for me. Was the original sky blown out?
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  8. #6888
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    The sky was just a sea of white and looks horid.

    Funny I know better nowadays and always check the histogram so I don't know how I got the original sky so wrong.

    Is there a specific thing wrong with the sky so I can learn better if I do replace a sky again?
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  9. #6889
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    A desert landscape
    Since everyone seems to kill their EXIF here...can you tell me your aperture and shutter speed? Thanks
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  10. #6890
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    D P Roberts beautiful composition....nice framing too.
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    Nikon Micro 55mm AI 1977,
    Nikon 50mm f/1.8 E AIS 1979,
    Nikon 300mm f/4 ED IF AIS 1982.....

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