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And heres some from home here in sweden:
Wow these are beautiful, even if you dont have a fancy camera you have a good eye for photography
seriously, these are all very nice. makes me wonder what kind of stuff you could do if you had a SLR in your hands
post some more, great stuff
The thing I dislike the most is all the discolouring one gets with a digital camera, but thats maybe something you cant avoid?
My boyfriend at my grannys place, wonderful house, packed with stuff
and a horse from my moms place
Hey these are really nice photos. I especially like the foggy road in Sweden.
I would have liked to have seen the horse's whole head in that last one, but the choice was yours...I do like the little hairs.
When it comes to colours in digital...it may be just your white balance settings...maybe play with those...take the same shots in different settings to see what they yield.
I mean little things like the violett shade from the window on petur.
Then the camera tends to get flodded with light, cant photograph a sky. I have some options when it comes to simulated ISO, 100, 200 or 400. I usualy try to make it less light sensitive when taking a photo like the one below but the sky always looks thesame. (Though I took this photo just for the wonderful color on the trees )
uff... i envy your icelandic visit, i've been dying to get there.. Anyway, keep up the good work and you'll even be that much better once the new camera is factored in the equation.
BTW... you should seriously consider exploiting your grandmas wall paper as a backdrop for portrait's or single object shots.
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very nice pictures
Im from Iceland ..you a member over at 3d.is too? think I've seen you there
Sketchbook "Have no fear of perfection, you'll never reach it." - Dali
Jupps, trying to learn the icelandic
And speaking of using the wallpaper... that would actually include finding a spot not covered by something, plates or dolls or frames etc
funny you should say that, i was ready to mention you're gonna need help moving that stuff around
Hey I know you from grafisktforum.com.
Of the photos I havent seen there I like the first one best. Beautiful!
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