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Mar 10, 2008 08:14 |  #1

i don't no if this is the proper place for this picture or not any way that is the picture , c&c welcome


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Mar 10, 2008 08:22 |  #2

its people like you who make me and my camera look as usefull as petrol as a flame retardant liquid.

amazing shot... the bokeh is simply stunning as you can see you kreep up like a wave!!


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Mar 10, 2008 19:11 |  #3

Wow amazing shot.




  
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Mar 10, 2008 21:17 |  #4

The bokeh seems somewhat unreal, did you edit it?


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Mar 10, 2008 22:33 |  #5

Very well shot. Love the contrast between all that green grass and the lonely park bench. ;)

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its people like you who make me and my camera look as usefull as petrol as a flame retardant liquid.

Being a bit hard on yourself today? :p
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Mar 10, 2008 22:40 |  #6

Simple but effective, love it.


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Mar 10, 2008 22:46 |  #7

Bokeh is lovely, but I would have cropped differently.


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Mar 11, 2008 02:56 |  #8

Ballen Photo wrote in post #5090474 (external link)
Very well shot. Love the contrast between all that green grass and the lonely park bench. ;)

Being a bit hard on yourself today? :p
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haha yeah that and i just really like this picture lol...


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Mar 11, 2008 05:41 |  #9

Beautifu Bokeh, I wish I saw things like that. I like Gary's off-centre crop of it more.


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Mar 12, 2008 03:02 |  #10

wow i wasn't expiating this positive comment thinks guys for all comment the shot it don with
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Mar 12, 2008 05:42 |  #11

Very nice.

I agree on the crop as well. Only suggestion would be to maybe clone out that weed sticking up below the bench.


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Mar 12, 2008 06:20 |  #12

Ainoko wrote in post #5099000 (external link)
Very nice.

I agree on the crop as well. Only suggestion would be to maybe clone out that weed sticking up below the bench.

the weed is a touch of class! look like its where the life chooses to grow!

i also prefere the non-crop, i know its goes against composition rules and regulations ;) but you can clearly see that it is 'Lonely' and surrounded by nothing. without that, the picture has no point to it, sometimes composition is second place to the story of the picture IMO


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Mar 12, 2008 06:53 as a reply to  @ mzivtins's post |  #13

tells a story .... nice job.




  
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Mar 12, 2008 07:17 |  #14

Gary Lindquist nice edit ,the reason i centered the only park bench just i want to the only story there
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but you can clearly see that it is 'Lonely' and surrounded by nothing. without that, the picture has no point to it,

i agree withe you ...thinks for you comment .
msurdin thanks for you comment


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Mar 12, 2008 09:38 |  #15

mzivtins wrote in post #5099138 (external link)
the weed is a touch of class! look like its where the life chooses to grow!

Or where the riding lawn mower doesn't go. :p

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sometimes composition is second place to the story of the picture IMO

Can't argue with that. ;)
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