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Jul 15, 2015 07:42 |  #9916

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Great location! I would try using a graduated ND filter next time on the sky to keep it from being over-exposed and really make it pop!
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Nice, I like the feel, the light rays look a bit fake to me though and I would like the guy sat close to us to be in focus... good though, 7/10.

Quick snap shot really from me, my wife and our little boy - I thought it was a nice natural moment.


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Jul 15, 2015 11:41 as a reply to  @ dballphotography's post |  #9917

I dig the shot, the expressions and the processing. However, might work better if the subject(s) were centered to the left rather than with the extra space on the left. 7/10

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Jul 16, 2015 06:33 |  #9918

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I dig the shot, the expressions and the processing. However, might work better if the subject(s) were centered to the left rather than with the extra space on the left. 7/10

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I really can't fault this one, great composition and lighting. I've been meaning to go shoot one of these myself lately, might get me off the couch now lol. 9/10 only because the trees seem to dominate it but that's not really something you can change there.

Took this one in Tibet as well
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Jul 19, 2015 15:21 |  #9919

Blake.Ross wrote in post #17633293 (external link)
I really can't fault this one, great composition and lighting. I've been meaning to go shoot one of these myself lately, might get me off the couch now lol. 9/10 only because the trees seem to dominate it but that's not really something you can change there.

Took this one in Tibet as well
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Cool shot. Not my style but definitely good. Good subject and exposure. Nice job. 8/10. 4 stitch pano from Yosemite falls.


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Jul 19, 2015 23:40 as a reply to  @ Varneeezy's post |  #9920

Is a little tight for me. Would like to at least see a little more to the left of the falls OR the right of the pool of water underneath. I think might work best as a much wider scene. Nice color, sharpness, and processing otherwise. 7/10

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Jul 20, 2015 02:25 as a reply to  @ hyogen's post |  #9921

6/10 - The PP and subject are good, but the composition is distracting. The focal point of the photo doesn't 'pop' very well.

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Jul 20, 2015 04:02 |  #9922

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6/10 - The PP and subject are good, but the composition is distracting. The focal point of the photo doesn't 'pop' very well.

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Cool shot always a fan of second curtain on camera flash in the club shots. I dont really care for the composition, the light on the subject is too harsh and could be sharper. 6.5/10

Took this LE yesterday after me and the wife arrived at Montauk for our "No kids" weekend. First LE Ive taken in over a year.

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Jul 20, 2015 09:02 |  #9923

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Cool shot always a fan of second curtain on camera flash in the club shots. I dont really care for the composition, the light on the subject is too harsh and could be sharper. 6.5/10

Took this LE yesterday after me and the wife arrived at Montauk for our "No kids" weekend. First LE Ive taken in over a year.

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Lovely. I like the muted colors, sparseness, smoothed out water, the clouds, visible light in the windows. Quite the "mood." How long was the exposure? I keep trying to find something I don't like about it. Ordinarily, I might say the horizon is too close to center, but it works for this image.

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Jul 22, 2015 18:00 |  #9924

i hope I give a fair value and evaluation being new to this so here goes. I think the shot is super sharp. I also love B&W. I like the fact you did a dragon fly mono. It's different from most dragon fly photos because of the lack of the brilliant colors. Great idea. 8.5/10.
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Jul 22, 2015 21:53 |  #9925

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i hope I give a fair value and evaluation being new to this so here goes. I think the shot is super sharp. I also love B&W. I like the fact you did a dragon fly mono. It's different from most dragon fly photos because of the lack of the brilliant colors. Great idea. 8.5/10.
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Shadows are a bit off. Either bring them down all the way and silhouette them or shoot a second exposure solely for the shadows. It also appears as if you bumped the saturation up just a bit too much. Beautiful sunset though. 5/10.

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Jul 22, 2015 22:34 |  #9926

Very nice composition and you must be at about 9K elevation. In my minds eye there where more trees, but I haven't seen since I was a boy and only from the valley. The sky looks great, but I'd like to see more of the texture in the rock (might be the resolution of the posted image) 7.5/10

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Shadows are a bit off. Either bring them down all the way and silhouette them or shoot a second exposure solely for the shadows. It also appears as if you bumped the saturation up just a bit too much. Beautiful sunset though. 5/10.

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Jul 22, 2015 23:57 as a reply to  @ bstephan's post |  #9927

Very good. I love the feel of the shot and DOH. However, could be abit sharper on subjects face. 7/10

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Jul 24, 2015 00:22 as a reply to  @ rioni's post |  #9928

Hmm, the photo above has been removed. I have a flu, so I'll take the chance to be lazy :)

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Jul 24, 2015 03:13 |  #9929

The subject looks fine and the colors are good too. But the wing distracts a little. I would have either tried to get it out of the frame completely or get it closer to the center. Also the frame of the window is a bit skewed.

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What mountain is this? Is it by chance the home of some greedy dwarves that want to kill a dragon to reclaim their home?


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Jul 25, 2015 21:32 |  #9930

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The subject looks fine and the colors are good too. But the wing distracts a little. I would have either tried to get it out of the frame completely or get it closer to the center. Also the frame of the window is a bit skewed.

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Beautiful location. But you have a lack of a subject. I'm assuming you were going die the stacked rocks to the right? Or the creek to the left? I would like to see one of those subjects take up a little more frame. Get a little closer to them next time! Lol dynamic range, exposure and sharpness are good though. 6/10.

I waited almost an hour for this train to pass through this tunnel. Just as my luck had it the Milky Way was right above it.


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