http://homepage.mac.com/kevinhayes/PhotoAlbum5.html<br><br>Pictures were taken with a Nikon F90 (it's a standard fairly cheap automatic 35mm), developed to Kodak Picture CD. I'm going to go digital, but I haven't chosen a camera yet.<br><br>Any criticisms? I first noticed, I didn't keep the camera very level. Anything else? Be firm, but gentle. ;)<br><br><br>
Not bad, I really like the one of the lightening bolt. Too bad those power lines clutter things up. <br><br>It also looks like you're taking these from a moving car and in some cases through the passenger (hopefully) side window? <br><br>
The rainbow pics are from the parking lot of my apartment building. You are correct, the fair cloudy sky pics were taken by my fiancee from the car. ;)<br><br>I had just gotten the camera and was anxious to try it out. I looked out my window and saw the rainbow, so I rushed out to take the pics. I'm going to take more care in "setting up" the shots next time. As you can tell, I'm still a beginner. ;)<br><br>
The theme of pictures is a good choice, which is nicely carried out throughout. The pictures are almost surreal and definitely methaphysical. Makes you stare at the pictures and think. Your thoughts are immidietaly take off from the theme of the pictures and wonder around. The colors help to set the mood. Serious, but bright and it shakes you up. Makes you alert.<br><br>I love the wires and the windshield. It makes the pictures so real it almost hurts. You'd expect someone to get here after 15 years of experience in photography. You're either very telented or damn lucky.<br><br>Technically you can improve. There are no details. You could use a tripod. Nevertheless, this doesn't take away from the effect of the pictures. Technicalities can be learned easily.<br><br>http://raszl.net
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