Great pictures! I especially liked the one of the grass... very nice idea and it looks fab! If I were to offer some advice it would be to possibly tone down the yellow badge on picture 1, it somewhat drew my eyes away from the subject.
Those last 3 are spectacular. The one of the building ,has lots of leading lines that leads the eye around the photograph. The 2nd one with the small child. You captured the eyes well, and that last one follows the rule of 3rds fantastically.
I toned down the badge a bit, any better (of course there's still the horrible grainy texture) james.jr.jpg
Hopefully going to take a few new shots (once my camera charges) featuring my now three legged cat. I have a rough idea on how I want the picture to look, whether it happens we shall see :P
Thanks lilkitty, if I must be honest I didn't really think much about those shots, just went with what felt right lol
I'm not a believer in fujifilm, their cameras frustrate me. I'm not so much a fan of the borders either, or the grainy film. I would look for a camera that doesn't have a fixed lens, so then you can focus on your zoom ins and macros. Nikons and Canons would be a safe route. I highly recommend the Canon T series (T1 specifically)