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Aug 23, 2015 08:12 |  #9961

ekfaysal wrote in post #17678718 (external link)
really beautiful. i love the colors. Composition. the story , everything about it.
for me. it's 9/10

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Love it

The light and mist/dust/clouds etc makes it look like it could almost be another planet. Excellent work.

8.5/10

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Aug 23, 2015 13:03 |  #9962

jack880 wrote in post #17679594 (external link)
Love it

The light and mist/dust/clouds etc makes it look like it could almost be another planet. Excellent work.

8.5/10

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wow. I love it. I always wanted to shoot such awesome photographs but i think i'm not very good at Those speedlights and HDR stuff.
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here is another one from my journey

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Aug 23, 2015 15:06 as a reply to  @ ekfaysal's post |  #9963

Thanks for the rating.

That's another excellent shot you've just posted. Not rating it as don't have another of mine to post at the moment.


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Aug 24, 2015 07:04 as a reply to  @ ekfaysal's post |  #9964

9/10!! I really love this shot, reminds me of my travels to Tibet mixed with a Walking Dead world
Only reason it's not 10 is because copyrights annoy me in photos, however yours is a lot less noticeable than some I see around the internet which ruin the entire photo.

In my photo, I wish the branches to the right weren't there.

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Aug 24, 2015 08:24 |  #9965

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In my photo, I wish the branches to the right weren't there.
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yes, the branches on the right are a bit of a problem, but the shot is really good. I'd give you 8,5/10...just because I'm envious

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Aug 30, 2015 22:00 |  #9966

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yes, the branches on the right are a bit of a problem, but the shot is really good. I'd give you 8,5/10...just because I'm envious

here is mine

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Nice catch but nothing really extraordinary.
Just a nice shot (the moment frozen) and that is not bad :-)
7.5/10

This one has lots of color added in post, I wasn't even really going for natural look, just trying to get nice colors. The sky was cloudy and extremely boring ;-)a


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Aug 30, 2015 22:19 |  #9967

Van Gogh wrote in post #17689343 (external link)
Nice catch but nothing really extraordinary.
Just a nice shot (the moment frozen) and that is not bad :-)
7.5/10

This one has lots of color added in post, I wasn't even really going for natural look, just trying to get nice colors. The sky was cloudy and extremely boring ;-)a
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Not much going on here and if the sky was extremely boring, why allow it to dominate the image. 6/10


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Aug 31, 2015 08:27 |  #9968

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Not much going on here and if the sky was extremely boring, why allow it to dominate the image. 6/10

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The sky is beautiful, I like the reds and the blues and how they make you feel like your sitting there watching the remnants of the sunset. I dislike the border this isnt a technical thing just a personal preference. I also feel like the photo in general is a little dark on the right side and it is distracting. I'd say IMO 6/10

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Sep 07, 2015 10:37 |  #9969

I like the expression and composition but the light looks a bit artificial 6/10


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Sep 07, 2015 13:48 |  #9970

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I like the expression and composition but the light looks a bit artificial 6/10


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I like it - would be better with an old porsche on it for sure. Being a trackguy, when I see a corner, I always imagine the line through the corner and how fast I can take it. Lovely road makes me want to go out and drive. 7.5/10 - with a porsche would have given it a 9.5.

When faced with a 6'5" groom and a 5'2" bride with heals, I went with the rotate.

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Sep 13, 2015 16:41 |  #9971

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I like it - would be better with an old porsche on it for sure. Being a trackguy, when I see a corner, I always imagine the line through the corner and how fast I can take it. Lovely road makes me want to go out and drive. 7.5/10 - with a porsche would have given it a 9.5.

When faced with a 6'5" groom and a 5'2" bride with heals, I went with the rotate.

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I like the content of the photo, beautiful bride who looks genuenly happy and a handsome groom. just wish you could of figured out a way to keep the photo upright it really really throws it off for me. 4/10

yesterday was my aunts 50th year celebration of being a nun!!! grabbed this shot of the stained glass windows.

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Sep 16, 2015 06:46 |  #9972

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I like the content of the photo, beautiful bride who looks genuenly happy and a handsome groom. just wish you could of figured out a way to keep the photo upright it really really throws it off for me. 4/10

yesterday was my aunts 50th year celebration of being a nun!!! grabbed this shot of the stained glass windows.

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Nice colors and church pictures are always nice looking.
I have to say that this composition really does not work for me though.
Maybe shot at some lower angle would be better.
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Sep 19, 2015 18:28 |  #9973

Van Gogh wrote in post #17709616 (external link)
Nice colors and church pictures are always nice looking.
I have to say that this composition really does not work for me though.
Maybe shot at some lower angle would be better.
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I like the composistion. but I do think the WB is a bit off a touch yellow maybe? 7/10

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Sep 19, 2015 18:37 |  #9974

67cudaking wrote in post #17713711 (external link)
I like the composistion. but I do think the WB is a bit off a touch yellow maybe? 7/10

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Sep 19, 2015 19:20 |  #9975

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Post #1 of this thread : You can not follow up a critique/Share after the person that critiqued/rated your photo!
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