The first one is really nice man, grats :)
Nice man, I was shooting some photos of birds at my parents during Christmas, I can only imagine the PITA you would have getting these awesome...
OP, that is such a sharp shot of fireworks with an amazing background, good work!
Were you using a timer or did you have a remote shutter release?
Also think of something funny when taking the shot :)
I only started getting into Photography around mid year so it's been quite a curve for me. My favourite photos are:
Mt Cootha -5...
haha this one is grabbing me Tim! I love the detail of the drilled discs :)
I need to play around with the toy photos :)
I really like the composition with the numbering in #3 I immediately locked onto one and started counting up - then the angle of the numbers and...
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Cool! Space! #2 is an awesome perspective
I have seen the effect of #4 heaps and It still looks awesome! Draging the shutter with motion == epic win
Man this is awesome! I really like the repeating/vanishing point photos :D
I really like the "industrial" look of #1, the lines and contrast are great :)
Dude that's awesome! Happy shooting :D
sorry mate I missed that photoshop line. As the others have said youtube - I enjoyed the Scott Kelby introduction to photography books.
Ghost in the shed is pretty creative :) I think the night sky is too blue. What program are you using for the post processing?
#2 looks interesting but maybe a bit more saturation or something to give the green on the steps more pop - like Richard0296 said there isn't...
I like the candle fire effect on #3
Niiiice nature can definitely deliver :)
Also for the OP, I prefer the first the colours look awesome and it's not expected that a sweet water shot like that would have a big ominous...
Dude, this photo is awesome, I really like the star bursts with the lightning!
MethD wins again, let us know if you are ever in Brisbane, mad keen to hang out :)
My pick for the week was for a coffee competition - here is...