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Jun 23, 2011 07:09 |  #16

I understand that you mentioned the processing in the OP, but when you post in the CC forum, you should be happy for the comments made by other members. Most of the time I just ignore the posting of "snapshots" because I realize they weren't intended to be compared with "paid for" shots.

Concerning the processing, they seem a little over-sharpened to me, saturation seems good, and the colors "Pop".

The b&w is probably the best photo, even though you had to trim the side of his head, the action of the photo makes it interesting.

One thing about shooting in the bright sun, it makes it nearly impossible to use a larger f-stop and keep the highlights from being blown. In my opinion, most of these shots would be better if the background was more OOF.

You seem to take offense to the criticism offered by some of the members, perhaps you should have posted these in the "people" sharing forum instead of offering them up to the vultures lurking in the "CC" section.


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Jun 23, 2011 10:50 |  #17
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DAMphyne wrote in post #12643865 (external link)
You seem to take offense to the criticism offered by some of the members, perhaps you should have posted these in the "people" sharing forum instead of offering them up to the vultures lurking in the "CC" section.

Exactly, although i don't think OP was aware.

The C&C section is to help you improve the most of all aspects of your photos through the eyes of others.

Personally, i think your wedding proofs on your site would be a cause for concern for future customers as well and could use some critiquing.


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