Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Defected, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. Defected

    Defected New to Mu-43

    May 27, 2012
    Some photos with the E-PL2.
    As I am a beginner in photography, feedback is very welcome !

    <a href="" title="P5164172 by __Jonathan__, on Flickr">[​IMG]"377" height="500" alt="P5164172"></a>

    <a href="" title="P5164173 by __Jonathan__, on Flickr">[​IMG]"375" height="500" alt="P5164173"></a>

    <a href="" title="P5174218 by __Jonathan__, on Flickr">[​IMG]"500" height="375" alt="P5174218"></a>

    <a href="" title="P5174221 by __Jonathan__, on Flickr">[​IMG]"375" height="500" alt="P5174221"></a>

    <a href="" title="P5143979 by __Jonathan__, on Flickr">[​IMG]"375" height="500" alt="P5143979"></a>
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  2. AlexH

    AlexH Mu-43 Veteran

    Mar 27, 2012
    Arkansas, U.S.
    Nice set! I love the first photograph, great composition and use of light. Well done. :thumbup:
  3. zpuskas

    zpuskas Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 25, 2011
    Santa Barbara, CA
    I like the images. One thing.. in this instance keep your horizon level (#2). It seems a little off.
  4. RevBob

    RevBob Super Moderator

    Jun 4, 2011
    NorthWestern PA
    Real Name:
    Very nice! I particularly like the B&W. :smile:
  5. Blotzphoto

    Blotzphoto Mu-43 Regular

    May 25, 2012
    Real Name:
    Lou Doench
    Yeah, great work especially for a beginner. Some naturally good composition. I agree that #2 could use a simple crop and rotate in your editor to straighten the horizon line. Symmetry is your friend in shots like that, crop a little bit off the left side and that slightly distracting shadow at the bottom and you've got a great naturally framed shot!