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Jun 27, 2015 12:58 |  #9886

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There is not much for me to say about the image other than it looks like a good example of candid street photography. The subject is sharp in focus and composed well and her head position is giving me the impression she has seen something off to her right that has gained her interest. I don't find the image particularly exciting personally however you have done a good job in capturing the subject.


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Wow worthy for the best of gallery picture although have to say most of your pictures are, not just this one :-D
How do you guys edit pictures in such a way that is almost an art painting? These kind of pictures are running right between what can be called art.
P.S. Butterfly is a very nice touch!
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One of my first text shots with my new 5D mk3 and canon 24-70L f2.8 IS2.
Please whoever rates this next don't say "rule of thirds is violated".
I know rule of thirds very well and chose to violae it. :lol:


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Jun 27, 2015 13:50 |  #9887

Van Gogh wrote in post #17612399 (external link)
Wow worthy for the best of gallery picture although have to say most of your pictures are, not just this one :-D
How do you guys edit pictures in such a way that is almost an art painting? These kind of pictures are running right between what can be called art.
P.S. Butterfly is a very nice touch!
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One of my first text shots with my new 5D mk3 and canon 24-70L f2.8 IS2.
Please whoever rates this next don't say "rule of thirds is violated".
I know rule of thirds very well and chose to violae it. :lol:
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rule of thirds violated!! lol jk. beautiful picture. I the bokeh is very pleasing although I would try to crop or clone out the bare stalk to the left of the flower if possible. also I would try to get more of the flower in focus but I understand it can be tough when shooting with such a shallow DOF. 7/10

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Jun 28, 2015 13:00 |  #9888

67cudaking wrote in post #17612457 (external link)
rule of thirds violated!! lol jk. beautiful picture. I the bokeh is very pleasing although I would try to crop or clone out the bare stalk to the left of the flower if possible. also I would try to get more of the flower in focus but I understand it can be tough when shooting with such a shallow DOF. 7/10

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Good shot. Although the subject is a little small. A tighter crop might work a little better though. 5/10.

Yesterday was overcast all day. Decided to try the sunset out and see what i could get. Glad I did.


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Jun 29, 2015 06:47 |  #9889

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Good shot. Although the subject is a little small. A tighter crop might work a little better though. 5/10.

Yesterday was overcast all day. Decided to try the sunset out and see what i could get. Glad I did.
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Very nice colors for the landscape.
I can see orange, red, blue, they all mix awesomely together.
Not sure if the small hills being in the dead center is the best decision and I would also crop the right side a bit where it is dark.

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Jun 30, 2015 19:52 |  #9890

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Very nice colors for the landscape.
I can see orange, red, blue, they all mix awesomely together.
Not sure if the small hills being in the dead center is the best decision and I would also crop the right side a bit where it is dark.

8.5/10

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Pure coincidence that I got you again. :-)

I really like this image. I get this sense of levitation that draws me in. I think my only real critique is all of the dead space on the left. I would have liked to either see more of her body, or a much tighter crop. 7/10


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Jul 01, 2015 16:34 as a reply to  @ Boone13's post |  #9891

Love it! Breaking the rules here is good. you have the horizon in the middle which allows a great reflection. I think the colors are great and the photos is very sharp. Id give it an 8.5/10

a candid from a festival I shot for the brewery

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Jul 01, 2015 21:47 |  #9892

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Love it! Breaking the rules here is good. you have the horizon in the middle which allows a great reflection. I think the colors are great and the photos is very sharp. Id give it an 8.5/10

a candid from a festival I shot for the brewery


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Very cute moment you captured and the kids next to the her (hopefully I guessed right  :p ) also add to the picture.
Would have cropped maybe a little tighter and would have also increased the exposure on the kids face by quiet a bit as she is very underexposed.
7.2/10

After upgrading to full-frame the new possibilities seem limitless.
There is just such a richness to pictures. Hard to put my finger on. Difference is very subtle yet very significant :-)


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Jul 03, 2015 13:03 as a reply to  @ Van Gogh's post |  #9893

8/10
I really like the photo especially like the rain drops. Would like to see her less centered. That's just my personal opinion, but it's a great photo no doubt.

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Jul 03, 2015 15:29 |  #9894

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I really like the photo especially like the rain drops. Would like to see her less centered. That's just my personal opinion, but it's a great photo no doubt.

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Great shot. Very nice soft lighting. Soft skin. Seems sharp. The one thing off about it to me is her torso. She almost looks armless. Something weird about it I just can't put my finger on it. Good job though otherwise. 8/10.


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Jul 04, 2015 06:05 |  #9895

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Great shot. Very nice soft lighting. Soft skin. Seems sharp. The one thing off about it to me is her torso. She almost looks armless. Something weird about it I just can't put my finger on it. Good job though otherwise. 8/10.
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Nice.
Like the colors of the sky, like the reflection in the water and also like the yellow colors of trees.
Good time of the year captured.
I looked at the histogram and it shows that it is properly exposed but for some reason this picture looks overly bright to me still. Is it possible the lumination of yellows or other colors is made too high in post?
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Nothing really that good here from piture quality point of view, just again experimenting with some Photoshop fun  :p


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Jul 05, 2015 17:46 |  #9896

I like the reflection of him on street, and the ray of light, but not with whatever those puffy white things are, perhaps fog. It looks like and arch. You may consider bringing down the opacity on them to make it more realistic, and the transform tool to remove the arch. 7/10

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Jul 06, 2015 11:55 as a reply to  @ Bianchi's post |  #9897

6/10, personally I don't like photos that have been edited this much, I wouldn't have cropped so tightly at the bottom either.

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Jul 06, 2015 14:20 |  #9898

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6/10, personally I don't like photos that have been edited this much, I wouldn't have cropped so tightly at the bottom either.

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i like the ambiance u created here this would be prefect for some kind of a themed shoot.. the guy doesnt draw much interest compared to the rest of the photos.. 6/10

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Jul 07, 2015 19:21 |  #9899

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i like the ambiance u created here this would be prefect for some kind of a themed shoot.. the guy doesnt draw much interest compared to the rest of the photos.. 6/10

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Very good portrait. I like the setting. Could maybe crop a little off the bottom and left if I'm being picky...

7.5/10

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Jul 07, 2015 21:51 |  #9900

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Very good portrait. I like the setting. Could maybe crop a little off the bottom and left if I'm being picky...

7.5/10

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Nicely executed long exposure. The overall tone of the image is different but in a nice way. I feel like im falling to the left when I look at it but all the light poles are nice and straight. The composition is good as well. Overall I'd give it a 9 out of 10. Nice work.

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