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These are some of my most recent photos, I have linked to the full size images, for better viewing. Would love some feedback!

1: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0021.jpg - This is the one I was going to enter in the photograhy comp, but I missed out!

2: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0028.jpg

3: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0038.jpg

4: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0054.jpg

These are totally uneditted at the moment. They need abit of work, but please give me your thoughts.

Thanks in advance!
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Great shots. Those buildings are just there to be photographed *lol

I have two very similar sunset shots taken in Asheville NC overlooking the Smokey Mountains that I loved so much I enlarged them to 32" x 28", framed them, and have them hanging on my living room wall.
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Nice shots. I particularly loved the first one. Nicely captured.

You should adjust the "levels" and the "curves" in photoshop to emphasise the shadows a little bit. The photos as they are look like they were taken on the wrong aperture however going by the filenames i'm going to hazard a guess that you were using a point and click camera.
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No, I was using a DSLR, BUT, I am still learning all of its features. So I am very limited in what I can do with the actual camera right now. Still have ALOT to learn.

These photos are taken in Lexington Kentucky. It is an amazingly pretty town, and I have a heap more photos, but I can't upload them onto this computer because it takes so long.
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Ah, okay. What kind of DSLR?
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I managed with great difficulty to upload a few more pictures.

5: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0056.jpg - This is my absolute favourite, I just love it

6: http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/D ... C_0061.jpg - Not so sure about this one, it need some levels to lift it I think.

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Of the first four, the horsemen was a bit over-exposed and the last building would have been far more dramatic if you opted to leave out the ground level and keep in the steeple.

Also, for the last picture you posted, try mounting it (resting it on something if you don't have a tripod) and dragging the shutter a bit longer - water gives a wonderful serene effect over long exposures as it's moving and causes it to look beautifully blurred.
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Number 5 looks good, but the angle in which it was taken as well as the framing sort of lets it down a little bit.

I agree with Neksus regarding the long exposure on water. I've got many photos on long exposure on my computer. I might upload a few later if i get a bit of time to show you what Neksus was talking about.
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Yes, please share them! I would love to see them.
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I'm pretty tight for time pretty much for the indefinite future, but the second i get a chance i'll post some here.

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