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Got up early today and headed out the road to a favoureable spot to catch the sunrise at about 7.00am
This shot was taken throug a sheok tree to difuse the sun somewhat


When i turned around 180 degrees i noticed the moon still high in the sky so finding a tree to make it more interesting took the shot,the tree limbs have got the early moorning sun glint.

This shot was taken even before the sun came up ,it has been proccessed a bit to make it stand out

I just love my new camera been messing with it all day,just like a kid at Xmas with a new toy
 

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They're good shots :hail
 

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Nice pics, what kind of camera are you using?
 

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Nice pics, what kind of camera are you using?
Canon 40D
Pics were taken with 24-105mm Llens
I',m just a newb to DSLR cameras so its A big learning proccess:)
 

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Some really good pics there. You say it is a learning experience, and i couldn't agree more.

One of the best tips i could give you would be to use the 'rule of thirds' in your pictures. It doesnt always work,, but most of the time, if you get your subject in the 'third' of a picture it looks better.

I hope you don't mind but i took your last picture and demonstrated this theory.

 

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Canon 40D
Pics were taken with 24-105mm Llens
I',m just a newb to DSLR cameras so its A big learning proccess:)
What does one of those things cost over there?

I bought the EOS 350D (rebel XT is what you guys call it?), it´s alot to learn.

I need alot more practice before making those really nice shots.

I´m linkin to 2 of my better pics.





(Thread hijacking :devious)
 

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Some really good pics there. You say it is a learning experience, and i couldn't agree more.

One of the best tips i could give you would be to use the 'rule of thirds' in your pictures. It doesnt always work,, but most of the time, if you get your subject in the 'third' of a picture it looks better.

I hope you don't mind but i took your last picture and demonstrated this theory.

Thanks for the input,my first pic nearly managed the rule of thirds:)
it makes the picture more balanced
Cheers
 

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What does one of those things cost over there?


bought the EOS 350D (rebel XT is what you guys call it?), it´s alot to learn.

(Thread hijacking :devious)
Cost roughly $1200 and depends on what lens combo,body only is about $1200
 
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