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Mar 05, 2015 13:01 |  #9691

Thx for feedback. Lighting was horrible color and not bright. I probably overdid the processing (clarity and contrast), and it was a bit of a processing experiment.


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Mar 05, 2015 15:56 as a reply to  @ post 17461937 |  #9692

I like how this turned out. The focus is where it should be, the colors are nice, and the composition is decent. could have cropped a little more of the cats neck out but its not a deal breaker. I also like the expression on the lego guys face. very nicely done 9/10


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Mar 06, 2015 02:56 |  #9693

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I like how this turned out. The focus is where it should be, the colors are nice, and the composition is decent. could have cropped a little more of the cats neck out but its not a deal breaker. I also like the expression on the lego guys face. very nicely done 9/10


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Mar 07, 2015 00:56 |  #9694

Good shot. I think a tighter crop my benefit as you have a lot of dead space to the left and right of the subject. On the other hand the detail and vibrance of her clothing gives a nice contrast to the dead space surrounding her. So I'm not sure what would help haha. Good job though. 8/10

Here's a photo I took from probably the most photographed spot of San Diego. Good view though none the less.


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Mar 08, 2015 18:34 |  #9695

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Good shot. I think a tighter crop my benefit as you have a lot of dead space to the left and right of the subject. On the other hand the detail and vibrance of her clothing gives a nice contrast to the dead space surrounding her. So I'm not sure what would help haha. Good job though. 8/10

Here's a photo I took from probably the most photographed spot of San Diego. Good view though none the less.

Nice. I like the way you can still see the clouds. Buildings and lights are sharp and reflections look good.

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Mar 08, 2015 20:14 |  #9696

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Definitely not as strong as most of your past offerings but a good image nonetheless. 6/10

I am a bit mixed, do not make me wrong it's an excellent photograph ;) , i mixed just because i do not know if i would like to see more matters in the shadow 9to have less black over all) or if the "Chinese shadows" effect is better.
but like i said it's an absolutely a nice picture that i would print, well done !
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Mar 09, 2015 00:21 |  #9697

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I am a bit mixed, do not make me wrong it's an excellent photograph ;) , i mixed just because i do not know if i would like to see more matters in the shadow 9to have less black over all) or if the "Chinese shadows" effect is better.
but like i said it's an absolutely a nice picture that i would print, well done !
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Cool shot, lovely Dof, would have love to see a little more detail in the person sitting though. 7/10


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Mar 09, 2015 03:51 |  #9698

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Cool shot, lovely Dof, would have love to see a little more detail in the person sitting though. 7/10

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I like this much better than your last elephant shot. I think it can be improved though. At this size I can't tell whether or not the couple is in sharp focus. Even with the vignetting which works decently in this photo, it's hard to see the subject right away. I think the crop can be just a little better and distortion corrected a little bit (for example the upper right side of the photo how the wall is slanted). I don't love the brownish tone of this again, but it's definitely not as brown as the last one. Hope you don't mind that I ended up rating another one of your photos. 7/10.

In this photo I purposely used distortion to make the building look taller and more majestic, but also I had a fixed focal length so I didn't have much time to compose. I wanted the top of the building to make it into my frame..

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Mar 09, 2015 08:50 |  #9699

Cool photo. Although there are some things I would fix. Something seems off about the buildings roof line. At first I thought it wasn't level. But then I looked at it and it is level or. Maybe just a hair off. Maybe you weren't perfectly centered in the middle of the building. I don't know but I can't put my finger on it. Also the highlights seem to be blown out in the right part of the sky and white parts of the building. Other than that I like it. 6/10


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Mar 09, 2015 09:17 |  #9700

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Cool photo. Although there are some things I would fix. Something seems off about the buildings roof line. At first I thought it wasn't level. But then I looked at it and it is level or. Maybe just a hair off. Maybe you weren't perfectly centered in the middle of the building. I don't know but I can't put my finger on it. Also the highlights seem to be blown out in the right part of the sky and white parts of the building. Other than that I like it. 6/10
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Sweet! It's a really neat photo and there isn't much I would do to change it. If I have to make some critques, the sky is a little boring (not much you can do about that) and the building on the left feels a bit clipped off. 8/10.

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Mar 11, 2015 15:37 |  #9701

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Sweet! It's a really neat photo and there isn't much I would do to change it. If I have to make some critques, the sky is a little boring (not much you can do about that) and the building on the left feels a bit clipped off. 8/10.

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i have no idea how to critique the one you have posted. I'm totally not into this kind of photography. For me, if the photo is story telling , it's a 10. And yes its a 10

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Mar 14, 2015 08:19 |  #9702

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Nice picture and expression, a lot of character in this image.
The iage looks a little too gray to me though as far as B&W conversion goes, a little brighter whites could be better IMO.
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Mar 14, 2015 10:05 |  #9703

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Nice picture and expression, a lot of character in this image.
The iage looks a little too gray to me though as far as B&W conversion goes, a little brighter whites could be better IMO.
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A self-portraitl, trying to do Justin Timberlake mirrors style. A whole lot of Photoshop in this one though  :p

face and shoulder on the left of frame seems a bit blown maybe from wrap around of the background being too hot. Might be kind of in-between having enough DOF to have everything in focus and little enough to evoke some interest. Your tie could be tighter. Good framing and pose.

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I'm having a hard time picking a style of selfie for my website. This is the latest. Yes it's pretty casual, but i'm a laid back kind of guy, for the most part.

Straight out of camera except for the crop.


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Mar 14, 2015 20:04 |  #9704

Good shot. Especially for straight out of the camera. Good lighting. 8/10


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Mar 15, 2015 09:42 as a reply to  @ Varneeezy's post |  #9705

Good photo. i would have controlled the shutter speed to show trail lights as cars cross the junction. I would have framed the traffic light out of the photo. Overall interesting colours and distortion 7/10

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