It all depends on the look you're going for. The framing isn't terrible, and that's something that will improve as you take more and more pictures. I think that the main issue with these photos is that the flash is poorly used. I'm assuming you used the onboard flash? Maybe try taking some pictures in the daytime when you're less limited by the amount of light you have to shoot with. This will give you a lot more freedom to get pictures with better depth. Make sense? Keep on playing around and you'll start to develop an eye for what you want out of your pictures other than simply capturing a moment. Also, don't be afraid to experiment with camera placement. You don't have to take all of your pictures at eye level. Take some extreme low or high angle shots to get a different perspective. Basically just play around and take risks.
look into Rule of Thirds. all of these are centered and basically arent really appealing that much. read up on rule of thirds..shoot in the daytime unless you have a high powered flash and use a tripod when shooting at night
in order to have good a good "technique" when you're shooting you need to know the basics of photography. exposure, shutter speed, etc. As you gather this information it will help you create better composition with your photos (angles, lighting, etc.) these look like you stood next to the rail and pointed it at the skier and took a photo. don't be afraid to find a good angle when you shoot because that will help make the photo more interesting. also, when you're just starting out try and shoot during daytime so that you will have a lot more light to work with. shooting at night is hard because you need flashes and you need to know about flash placement among many other things. lurk internet forums and find photography websites and broaden your knowledge of photography. this website is a very good resource when it comes to cameras http://www.skateperception.com/index.php i know its a skating sight but it really will help you. there are also a lot of other great sites where you can learn the basics fairly quickly. keep shooting dood!
I personally don't like htese photos very much but as for technique don't let any one else tell you waht to do you need to create your own style thats how thing s get sstarted now a days Ben franklin didn't invent electricity cause he tried to copy someone
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It sounds like you need to get some mileage with your new camera and read up a little bit about the basics of manual photography. Read about such things as what aperture is and how changing it changes your photos - then go and take a bunch of photos varying the aperture and see the differences in action - stuff like that. Get creative! Work with still objects first, then move on to the action shots. One great site for photo tips is:
As mentioned earlier, the "rule of thirds" is one of the principal aspects of taking a good photo. I don't think I could do it justice here, and quite frankly it's easier to post this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds
Hope that helps.
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