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Some Shots off of mt Sony n5

Julian Dixey

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Hello! This is my first post on this forum or rather any forum for that matter!
Okay so I took this photo with my n5 Body and a Minolta 55/1.7:
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Can you leave some feedback on my photos?
 
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Julian Dixey

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Here's a few more with my 55/1.7
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chalkdust

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Hi Julian, welcome! I enjoy your sense of composition, the lines and angles and plane of focus. The choice of subject in the paint cans in the beer carton makes a fun image. Good work. And nice use of that lens!
 

Julian Dixey

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Hi Julian, welcome! I enjoy your sense of composition, the lines and angles and plane of focus. The choice of subject in the paint cans in the beer carton makes a fun image. Good work. And nice use of that lens!
Thank you! I found the paint cans in the box on a weird table by what I presume to be an artist studio.
 

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Welcome! And some impressive images posted! You have a good compositional eye and the B&Ws have excellent light and tonality.
Only suggestion is to attempt to shoot at a large enough aperture if you can get away with it to eliminate the hexagonal bokeh. I realize it's not always possible given limited shutter speed. The Minolta is a very good nifty fifty. Do check out our threads for B&W shots and shots taken with vintage manual lenses.
 
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