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I'm doing photography this year at college, heres so pics i've taken, some are edited, i'll say which 1's are..IMG_2794.jpgIMG_2798.jpgIMG_2811.jpgIMG_2805.jpgIMG_2806.jpgIMG_2812.jpgIMG_2835.jpgIMG_2867.jpgIMG_2903.jpgmarinagreeneye.jpg PhotoshopIMG_2960.jpg PhotoshopIMG_2959.jpgIMG_2958photoshop.jpg PhotoshopIMG_2962.jpgIMG_2958.jpglet me know what you guys think.. safe

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u using the standard 18-35mm lens with the slr??i wuldnt recommend doin macro shots with them, obv u can but its sooooo much better with the 50mm (and higher) lens...what slr u got??i like the texture n colours of this photo...IMG_2958photoshop.jpg

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Got some nice pictures there. Need to up my cam taking game.I use a Nikon D60 SLR 19-35mm, need a new lens.

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photography is actually interesting to see

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i need to cop a good camera this year.... my bros hdr's are SICK...3937023126_48ffd7ff44.jpg

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i need to cop a good camera this year.... my bros hdr's are SICK...3937023126_48ffd7ff44.jpg
dats your brothers? look animated.... looks siiiiick rated..
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Them windows desktop backgrounds deya

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That green eye pic looks sick. Keep up the good work.

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HDR is too sick, need to learn it properly420890153_8592bb92ff_b.jpg
to save any other interested people a few seconds:
In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between light and dark areas of a scene than normal digital imaging techniques or photographic prints. This wider dynamic range allows HDR images to represent more accurately the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to faint starlight.[1]
src: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_dynamic_range_imaging
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oh yeah there was a thread on that last year.

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