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Old 28th of June 2008 (Sat)   #1
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Not sure where something like this goes? But thought I would put it here to see what you all thought. I usually shoot two hyper 3 year olds, but both are in bed now and I was bored. I took this picture out of boredom and kind of think it is ok, but I dont anything about this kind of photography. So thought I would ask you guys what you thought and how I could improve it.
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Hmm must be really bad LOL Maybe I should stick with shooting breathing things
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I imagine it is a technically challenging shot, but it doesn't 'say' anything, know what I mean?
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I imagine it is a technically challenging shot, but it doesn't 'say' anything, know what I mean?
I think I do You mean it doesnt really have a story or is not really interesting enough for comments I agree. I never shoot anything like this and thought I would take a chance. So more interesting shot... I will try harder next time.
Thanks for your comment. I appreciate it
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