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Mar 28, 2017 23:09 |  #10246

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This one was skipped, so giving it a bump for bartc. I think we all want some critique on our pics here, please rate first before posting a new pic. Otherwise gets sent down into oblivion....


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Mar 28, 2017 23:16 |  #10247

I love the city scape! Very nice colors, and contrast. 8-10!


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Apr 12, 2017 07:28 |  #10248

As there is no image above ill rate the City scape also, i love the composition, colours 9/10


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Apr 12, 2017 11:21 |  #10249

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Apr 19, 2017 09:39 as a reply to  @ foxhound's post |  #10250

Nice shot! A little out of my element on this one, but maybe a tad higher f stop to get the second horse in focus? And to me, the vignetting looks a little fake. Maybe more of a feather on that would do it nice. Tac sharp on the first horse though. Nice job. 7/10

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Jun 01, 2017 18:06 as a reply to  @ Varneeezy's post |  #10251

6/10
You should upload the proper photo! looks pretty interesting. I do like the winding road a lot. I'm giving you a 6 to force you to upload the full quality one! :lol:

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Jun 02, 2017 17:00 |  #10252

cubatahavana wrote in post #18368634 (external link)
6/10
You should upload the proper photo! looks pretty interesting. I do like the winding road a lot. I'm giving you a 6 to force you to upload the full quality one! :lol:

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9/10 I love it. As a daddy of a 6 y.o. girl (and a 5 y.o. boy also) I am often overwhelmed by beauty.
You have caught her in a wonderful moment, showing her personality. Well done.

I was in a theme park in the UK with my kids and a girl passed by with a relative.
I was stopped in my tracks when I saw her eyes and asked the lady if she knew of a famous photograph taken in Afghanistan of a girl. (Steve McCurry's photo).
The lady knew immediately of the one and told me the girl with her was from the same area so I knew I was not as dumb as I look.
I asked her could I take a photo and she said yes, without hesitation. I never got her address, sadly, and it was all over in about 3 mins.
(I don't do much post processing as I think it takes the natural look away.)


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Jul 04, 2017 01:41 |  #10253

bump! pity this thread is becoming less popular...


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Jul 13, 2017 06:15 as a reply to  @ cubatahavana's post |  #10254

I so agree, I love looking at the photos in this forum it is inspiring. The standard is so high though that it limits the number of participants (me included lol).




  
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Jul 13, 2017 08:38 |  #10255

8/10 Wonderful clarity and expression. Background is a bit distracting -- maybe nicer with a wider aperture. Great capture though -- wall hanger for sure.

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9/10 I love it. As a daddy of a 6 y.o. girl (and a 5 y.o. boy also) I am often overwhelmed by beauty.
You have caught her in a wonderful moment, showing her personality. Well done.

I was in a theme park in the UK with my kids and a girl passed by with a relative.
I was stopped in my tracks when I saw her eyes and asked the lady if she knew of a famous photograph taken in Afghanistan of a girl. (Steve McCurry's photo).
The lady knew immediately of the one and told me the girl with her was from the same area so I knew I was not as dumb as I look.
I asked her could I take a photo and she said yes, without hesitation. I never got her address, sadly, and it was all over in about 3 mins.
(I don't do much post processing as I think it takes the natural look away.)



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Jul 13, 2017 11:52 as a reply to  @ cubatahavana's post |  #10256

If McCurry's photo had not been edited, it would never have made it to the cover of National Geographic. Go ahead and give her eyes a little more light.


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Jul 18, 2017 16:13 |  #10257

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8/10 Wonderful clarity and expression. Background is a bit distracting -- maybe nicer with a wider aperture. Great capture though -- wall hanger for sure.

I'm going out on a limb here with an experiment in processing: I desaturated all blue, aqua, and purple. This is my 15y/o son in competition

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Excellent shot. Dramatic, and captures the action well. Shutter speed perfect to get the face sharp but show movement in the water drops.

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Jul 18, 2017 21:04 |  #10258

I really love this pic. Colors are great and the pic keeps my eye looking around. Great job! 9/10

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Jul 20, 2017 15:41 as a reply to  @ mamaof2's post |  #10259

I would give this an 7/10. While I can understand wanting it to be dark, I feel that it could be lightened a bit. Still a powerful picture.

This was one of my early HDR attempts. At the time I was still new to digital and did not understand the difference between .JPG and .RAW. Unfortunately, I shot this in .JPEG.

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Aug 10, 2017 18:57 |  #10260

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I would give this an 7/10. While I can understand wanting it to be dark, I feel that it could be lightened a bit. Still a powerful picture.


This was one of my early HDR attempts. At the time I was still new to digital and did not understand the difference between .JPG and .RAW. Unfortunately, I shot this in .JPEG.

6/10, sorry but I think it is too close for me. BMW conversion looks good to me, though.

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