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So I'm going to start posting my photos here. I really want to do photography as a side job after college and I want to here what you guys think. I don't have one of the best cameras, but I love this new one and it's the most expensive one I've had. Here are some I took form today.

















 

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I actually really enjoy looking at your photos. :) I also wanted to say, you don't need an expensive or "good" camera to take good photos. You just need to learn how to use the camera you have, whether it be a $100 one or a $10,000 one. I have taken some pretty horrible pictures with good cameras. :p Good luck!
 

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I actually really enjoy looking at your photos. :) I also wanted to say, you don't need an expensive or "good" camera to take good photos. You just need to learn how to use the camera you have, whether it be a $100 one or a $10,000 one. I have taken some pretty horrible pictures with good cameras. :p Good luck!
Thank you! And that is true. My mom got a new DSLR camera and aome of the pics don't turn out to great!

pretty horses you should try getting some more action shots :)
Thank you! I always try but the horses are so lazy. lol I just happened to get Sedona running today.
 

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Lovely :)

I have a small business and do custom lifestyle photography CecilliaB.com/blog

I suggest you learn your camera as someone else said. Learn how aperture, shutter speed and ISO all effect exposure and how your aperture effects your depth of field so you can create better bokeh (in focus subject, soft background). Also, I notice that you center allot of your photos. Do a search on the rule of thirds and work on applying it to create stronger and more interest compositions!
 

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Very pretty pics....one of my good friend does photographing and you are off to a great start love them and good luck:)
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Lovely :)

I have a small business and do custom lifestyle photography CecilliaB.com/blog

I suggest you learn your camera as someone else said. Learn how aperture, shutter speed and ISO all effect exposure and how your aperture effects your depth of field so you can create better bokeh (in focus subject, soft background). Also, I notice that you center allot of your photos. Do a search on the rule of thirds and work on applying it to create stronger and more interest compositions!
Thanks! I know, it's hard to get out of the center point pictures. lol
My Media teacher always get on me cause I do the same with my videos. :lol:
 

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They are very nice! I would try for less background clutter. I know you can't control it, but the picture with half the horse's head in the background just doesn't "flow" or look as good as the rest.
Overall they look so very pretty!
 
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