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Canon
Model
Canon EOS 40D
Shutter Speed
1/12 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
28 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Dec 6, 2008, 10:57:56 PM
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The Air Up There... by K-Tak The Air Up There... by K-Tak
Location: Some random park near my place, Melbourne

Lense: Canon EF-S 17-85/4-5.6 IS USM
UV Filter used

1st official upload from my EOS 40D. I'm hoping to be able to look back at this in a few months time and think to myself 'what the hell was I thinkin uploading such a crappy shot'

hehe. Peace out~

EDIT: ISO speed should definitely not have been that high.. gah~ lol.

EDIT #2: I've changed the boarder... the previous one was hideous~ XD
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:iconfnatasya:
fnatasya Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2008   Photographer
wow... very nice pic...
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K-Tak Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you. :)
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chibifiedkitsunes Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2008
Woahhh!! Most awesome capture ever!!! OAO
It looks so unrealistic and too good to be true!!
Nice work!!
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K-Tak Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you!!!! ^^
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chibifiedkitsunes Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2008
NP!! :D
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plasticsquares Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
I like this, it's nicely simple. however, you need to crop the bottom of the image - you can see the tops of tree.

also, YOUR BORDERS!! please think about your borders before applying them.

P.S. I'd advise you to browse flickr rather than deviantart to see the works of other photographers, to get your mind thinking.
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K-Tak Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah... Jeni pointed that out 2day. :P
and i've fixed it now.

anywayz... thanks for the feedback. what do u suggest in terms of borders then? :P
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plasticsquares Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
I'd say browse flickr and see how photographers frame their images.

personally, I don't like the black outline you have, I think borders should be simple and crisp. most often, I've seen black or white. if there is a black outline immediately framing the image it should only appear in photos accompany an article otherwise it should be done in such a way ([link]) ([link])

P.S. Lloyd linked me to this, she has quite a nice set of photos. [link]

also, think about photoshopping your images to enhance/adjust them; unless you're a purist and think images should be as they are taken.
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K-Tak Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
hmm... gotcha. :) thanks for the tip.

Also, what that chick does with her photos... amazing. :) The way she's framed it... iono... it's like it's straight out of a movie (which it is... lol)

and this shot was enhanced/adjusted in photoshop. lol... have any tips on how i can improve it?
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plasticsquares Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
he is probably going to end up telling you eventually when you start talking about things measuring 8mm. anyway, he loves this podcast called 'This Week in Photography' (TWiP), they've got a website and a group on flickr; anyway they have videos about photoshop. otherwise google photoshop tutorials.
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