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Mar 17, 2012 09:19 |  #4216

8/10, good compisition/colors I would have moved (or cloned out) the springy looking thing camera right and removed the tool handle, or again cloned it out.

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Mar 17, 2012 11:29 |  #4217

7.5/10
The water looks very nice, but I feel like much of the top right corner is too dark. Otherwise, I like it :D

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Mar 17, 2012 13:03 |  #4218

6/10
The crookedness bothers me A LOT here. It's not especially sharp on the face, but that's OK for the feel of this. The tones on the skin that's lit are good, but for me, the unlit skin is too dark. The brightness of the lamp also pulls attention there, and then out of the frame. The B&W is a well done. Knees and elbows straight into the camera generally aren't great, but I don't see how you'd get around it for this pose. The sharp focus and lines on the knees is distracting, maybe some blurring there would help.

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Mar 17, 2012 15:08 |  #4219

6/10

i get you were trying have the masked people as the subject but the picture itself doesn't show that. a tighter crop with just the masked people by themselves would've been fine, especially at a profile view, but the person in charge distracts from that.


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Mar 17, 2012 15:42 |  #4220

I don't particularly like the tree being off center, as there isn't much to the right in the sky or anything that I can see of "interest" beside some jagged jpeg compression thingies :) I do like what you've done/captured with whatever light source was thrown on the tree. I think with the contrast of the light and dark side of each branch on a centered in frame tree would be pretty cool IMHO and make for a better picture. The B&W does good things for the contrast in the branches too.

I still like the shot personally deserves at least 7/10 but deserves more of an 8/10 if the top of the tree was in view and it was centered more.

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HotnessRod wrote in post #14103635 (external link)
6/10

i get you were trying have the masked people as the subject but the picture itself doesn't show that. a tighter crop with just the masked people by themselves would've been fine, especially at a profile view, but the person in charge distracts from that.




  
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Mar 17, 2012 16:45 |  #4221

photophilth wrote in post #14103763 (external link)
I don't particularly like the tree being off center, as there isn't much to the right in the sky or anything that I can see of "interest" beside some jagged jpeg compression thingies :) I do like what you've done/captured with whatever light source was thrown on the tree. I think with the contrast of the light and dark side of each branch on a centered in frame tree would be pretty cool IMHO and make for a better picture. The B&W does good things for the contrast in the branches too.

I still like the shot personally deserves at least 7/10 but deserves more of an 8/10 if the top of the tree was in view and it was centered more.

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5/10 Sorry, I don't like the picture much. The picture is very small, there are tons of things to look at, rocks, trees, water, girl. my eye wanders, there is no fix focus point.

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Mar 17, 2012 19:42 as a reply to  @ RishabhSood's post |  #4222

^ Really diggin that capture. Great emotion, tone and overall feeling of it are top notch. 9/10

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Mar 18, 2012 01:23 |  #4223

Sevillian wrote in post #14104619 (external link)
^ Really diggin that capture. Great emotion, tone and overall feeling of it are top notch. 9/10

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7.5/10 All the pictures framed well, I like the overall picture. Though if it depicted a story kinda thing, It'd have looked awesome.

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Mar 18, 2012 01:35 |  #4224

^8.5/10
really like the sharpness. interesting color. great composition

snapped this while eating at a sushi joint today:

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Mar 18, 2012 04:08 |  #4225

j9song wrote in post #14105746 (external link)
^8.5/10
really like the sharpness. interesting color. great composition

snapped this while eating at a sushi joint today:
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6.5/10 I'd have loved if the picture was a bit more sharp and the glass was fully in frame from the right side.

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Mar 18, 2012 10:31 |  #4226

7/10 Good emotion, assuming B and W treatment was due to a horrible balance of coloured gel lights? If it wasn't and the colour was good I would have pre-ferred sans-B&W.

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Mar 18, 2012 12:33 |  #4227

TWOLITREmedia wrote in post #14106936 (external link)
7/10 Good emotion, assuming B and W treatment was due to a horrible balance of coloured gel lights? If it wasn't and the colour was good I would have pre-ferred sans-B&W.

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8/10, I like it, only thing is I'd like to see more of the fingers, or less, as they are they draw me..

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Mar 18, 2012 17:57 as a reply to  @ tmoore323's post |  #4228

^5/10- I think I might prefer the pic in b&w given the potential contrast.


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Mar 18, 2012 19:24 |  #4229

gh8st wrote in post #14108950 (external link)
^5/10- I think I might prefer the pic in b&w given the potential contrast.

5/10. The face is too centered with empty space to the right. Try cropping a bit from the right and the top. Although, with babies, its never a bad pic, eh? :)

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Mar 18, 2012 19:37 |  #4230

7.5/10 the purple flower takes the atention off the wasp, maybe a tighter crop to make the wasp a bit bigger?

otherwise a very neat shot :)

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