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Favourite Subject?
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I was just wondering what every ones favourite 'Subject' is that they like to photograph?

I my self like to shoot macros of flowers and photos (want to try Panoramics) from mountain look outs. I am still experimneting so I will shoot anything I find intersting but prefer to do the above stated Cool
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#2
Full moon rising over the Swan River with the city lights reflections.
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#3
I like shooting people. Big Grin
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#4
Lak Wrote:I like shooting people. Big Grin

We are talking about cameras here, lol Big Grin
Gear:
3 x GoPro Cameras
1 x Canon S100
1 x Nikon D5100
1 x Sony DSC-TX10
Apple MacBook Pro 15" (Retina Display)

"What do you want to pack today?"
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#5
Churches, people, dogs, guitars and other musical instruments.
Cave canem
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#6
Night shots, landscapes, nature...
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#7
Adam ^_-..

nah im a landscape shooter .. or pretty gals ^_- (not adam)
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#8
lol not adam?? why not? Tongue

But yea i like taking night shots, and people. I dunno, I don't have the creative ability to take landscapes. My shots always comes out "flat", like it doesn't draw attention to anywhere. Anyone with good landscaping shooting tips?
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#9
I'm with Lak, people (especially candis) and night shots rock my world.
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Lak Wrote:I dunno, I don't have the creative ability to take landscapes. My shots always comes out "flat", like it doesn't draw attention to anywhere. Anyone with good landscaping shooting tips?

Heheh, mine just comes down to pure luck. Heheh, but seriously, I usually follow basic composition rules, make sure that there's a definite subject or feature to focus on in the frame, otherwise an awesome landscape can easily be made boring.

Rule of thirds and keeping horizon straight also helps. Lighting plays a great deal too... although I'm not an expert on that. Smile
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