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Aug 07, 2013 17:14 |  #7771

Kpablo wrote in post #16189221 (external link)
Van Gogh - 7.5-10, interesting and intriguing...a little confused at first. lol

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Given what you were going for I can't find a fault that jumps out at me at all. The only nit pick I can make is maybe turn the head slightly one way or the other. Either show the eye or turn so I don't see the eyelid on the far side, if I stare to long it sort of has a hollow eye socket feel. Granted that is staring to long and being super nit picky, great picture in general.

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Aug 07, 2013 17:28 |  #7772

Interesting concept, only nitpiks would be the red dot on the left leg and the red line, dot on the left as they draw me in... with those 8.5/10

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Aug 07, 2013 17:56 |  #7773

Not really a fan of hidden hands. apart from that, it is a nice photo

6.5/10

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Aug 08, 2013 07:20 |  #7774

cubatahavana wrote in post #16189388 (external link)
Not really a fan of hidden hands. apart from that, it is a nice photo

6.5/10

Now, quite processed photo here (I like it)

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Like the feel and look of the picture.
My type of picture :p

Only thing I don't like is the harsh edges around the big cat, smother would be better. ;)

9/10

My university after the sunset.:cool:
Actually 2 variations, the sky is more red in 2nd one. Don't know which one is better..

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Aug 08, 2013 10:10 |  #7775

7/10 - I like the less red one. I find the redder sky a bit distracting. Love the detail of the brick and the lighting. Not a fan of the tree on the right. Was there a reason for such a tight crop?


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Aug 08, 2013 15:04 |  #7776

8/10 Love the contrast you added but I felt you could have brought down the highlights a tad bit, the whiteness is very distracting to me.

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Aug 08, 2013 18:00 |  #7777

WilsonWu wrote in post #16191970 (external link)
8/10 Love the contrast you added but I felt you could have brought down the highlights a tad bit, the whiteness is very distracting to me.

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8/10, I like it, the highway really draws you in.

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Aug 08, 2013 21:12 |  #7778

tdeef wrote in post #16192477 (external link)
8/10, I like it, the highway really draws you in.

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Nice shot, like the square look of the photo.
The only think is the sky is overcast and gray, had u been there at a better day/time it would have been a much better shot.
That said, u pretty much nailed everything as far as the picture in this conditions is.

8.5/10

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Aug 08, 2013 22:46 |  #7779

Cool shot and nice pp.. You should have cloned the building on the far right or straighten it out..

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Aug 08, 2013 22:47 |  #7780

5/10
Interesting building but it feels overexposed, on the bottom especially. White balance also could have been set to something that would give you a bluer sky. You had some light streaks along the bottom but it's literally just in the corner. Would have liked to have seen a little more road included and to also get the rest of the bottom of the building in.

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Aug 09, 2013 02:54 |  #7781

Qtep wrote in post #16192987 (external link)
Cool shot and nice pp.. You should have cloned the building on the far right or straighten it out..

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Because I've had my photos skipped before on accident and can relate to the frustration, I'll go ahead and rate both ;)

I like the general shot, love the mist on the left of the frame and the deep blue colors. I would've cropped out the sign on the right, or cloned it to keep the flag in frame (I assume that's why it wasn't cropped out). Otherwise, a solid shot :cool:

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Interesting building but it feels overexposed, on the bottom especially. White balance also could have been set to something that would give you a bluer sky. You had some light streaks along the bottom but it's literally just in the corner. Would have liked to have seen a little more road included and to also get the rest of the bottom of the building in.

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This I love! Baby pictures are pretty much always going to get good ratings on here, but I really genuinely like this one, I love the reflection in her eye and I love the DOF :) If I were to nitpick I guess I'd say the bow on her head looks a little blown out, but I think I'd have left it alone also ;)

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Aug 09, 2013 08:11 |  #7782

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16193356 (external link)
Because I've had my photos skipped before on accident and can relate to the frustration, I'll go ahead and rate both ;)

I like the general shot, love the mist on the left of the frame and the deep blue colors. I would've cropped out the sign on the right, or cloned it to keep the flag in frame (I assume that's why it wasn't cropped out). Otherwise, a solid shot :cool:

This I love! Baby pictures are pretty much always going to get good ratings on here, but I really genuinely like this one, I love the reflection in her eye and I love the DOF :) If I were to nitpick I guess I'd say the bow on her head looks a little blown out, but I think I'd have left it alone also ;)

One from my first paid shoot. I did their whole wedding for $250 (a price I let them decide on) and they were extremely happy with the shots (thank God! Even got a $100 tip :D) but I'd still love to get some more opinions!

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Very nice.
Love the picture composition, everything looks just fine.
8 out of 10

Do you mind telling me if u were using just 1 camera or 2 cameras ...
I am doing a wedding myself this weekend for the first time so I was wondering if renting a 2nd body is really necessary.

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Aug 09, 2013 08:27 as a reply to  @ Van Gogh's post |  #7783

The exposure is spot on and I love the textorous bokeh. It would be much nicer if the subject was looking up and not so depressed! Also, the strap on his right shoulder is a bit distracting. 6/10


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Aug 09, 2013 08:41 |  #7784

Oops, apologies to Qtep. I guess we were replying at the same time. :)


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Aug 09, 2013 09:24 |  #7785

No worries, CHillyDoggy..

8.5/10 Cool shot.. I really like the colors and bokeh. What lens did you use?

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