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Some photography
I'm mostly a landscape photographer but I do sometimes enjoy other kinds of photography, so I've included a few others in this post. I'm hoping to turn this into a profession one day but I have a lot to learn still

radio tower



cool backflip



crazy Iceland colours



Huge fire in salt marshes



some nature



Photos edited in Lightroom and taken with a Canon 760d

way more on my insta @douglas_banks_
Last edited by Glimpsed; Aug 16, 2018 at 03:11 PM.
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I really really like the first two, I love the lighting and the amazing motion that shows in that backflip.
here's a casual rainy shot i took close to my hometown, nothing special

eeeeeeeeeee

Last edited by Glimpsed; Aug 17, 2018 at 08:39 PM.
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Sweet pictures. You can do alot of various things with shutter speed, so get creative with that. I like the atmospheric mode in the first picture, try to blend shadows with light (I think you already know that).

When it comes to the depth part in pictures, try to use the HDR setting (I don't know if you have that function), but that can give you a better in-depth. I'm learning aswell, so this is only from my own experience.

Here's a link about different hidden angles that you want to try, that can make the picture more unique. I did find some in your pictures.

Also, keep on taking more pictures, I know you're very creative! (:

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/blog/top-p...position-tips/
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Originally Posted by Miracle11 View Post
Sweet pictures. You can do alot of various things with shutter speed, so get creative with that. I like the atmospheric mode in the first picture, try to blend shadows with light (I think you already know that).

When it comes to the depth part in pictures, try to use the HDR setting (I don't know if you have that function), but that can give you a better in-depth. I'm learning aswell, so this is only from my own experience.

Here's a link about different hidden angles that you want to try, that can make the picture more unique. I did find some in your pictures.

Also, keep on taking more pictures, I know you're very creative! (:

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/blog/top-p...position-tips/

Hey thanks morcle, I go to college for photography but that article does have some pretty good inspiration on it, and I should definitely experiment more with angles so thanks for that xoxo

As for the HDR 'mode', my camera doesn't include that feature but I do bracket my exposure in order to get detail from the shadows as well as highlights.

Here's some stuff I've done with shutter speed that i didn't include for various reasons-

shutter speed 1



shutter speed 2

Last edited by Glimpsed; Aug 18, 2018 at 02:01 AM.
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Black sand yin and yang

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