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Jul 29, 2014 18:33 |  #9091

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^i like the car but the framing is off, too much free space in the back while its almost cut off in the front, also have to be aware of the beam that looks like its sticking out of the trunk. 6/10

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Quite good, but a bit annoying the building in the middle is not quite in the middle....

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Jul 30, 2014 07:31 |  #9092

I like it. The edit/processing is obvious, but it works very well with the subject and composition. Just enough sun star/flare to draw the eye outwards from the foreground/ 7/10

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Jul 30, 2014 08:46 as a reply to  @ cuda2k's post |  #9093

^ Great landscape! 6.5/10 The light and reflection of the sky is awesome! My only issue is how distracting the plant in the foreground is... Rule of thirds puts it right where it shouldnt be haha.

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Jul 30, 2014 21:00 |  #9094

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^ Great landscape! 6.5/10 The light and reflection of the sky is awesome! My only issue is how distracting the plant in the foreground is... Rule of thirds puts it right where it shouldnt be haha.

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Okay I understand the image you were trying to capture. Your angle is too low and that ac unit is just hideous to have in a silhouette image of a beautiful pregnant woman. I apologize if I am being harsh.

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Jul 30, 2014 21:21 |  #9095

8/10. I like the composition, maybe it's just a little bit under exposed. I need to go back to Bushkill Falls. :)

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Jul 30, 2014 21:36 |  #9096

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9/10. I like the composition, maybe it's just a little bit under exposed. I need to go back to Bushkill Falls. :)

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You are not lucky ... i do not like this kind of picture :confused:
I saw it too much across internet, and in this case the right and left side are just empty, why not a square ?
I do recognize you effort for the light on the mark III, but i'm sure it's added in post...

I will say it's an simple school lightening exercise which cannot catch me.
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Jul 30, 2014 21:50 |  #9097

JoeyBaccala wrote in post #17067110 (external link)
Okay I understand the image you were trying to capture. Your angle is too low and that ac unit is just hideous to have in a silhouette image of a beautiful pregnant woman. I apologize if I am being harsh.

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Jul 31, 2014 11:56 |  #9098

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You are not lucky ... i do not like this kind of picture :confused:
I saw it too much across internet, and in this case the right and left side are just empty, why not a square ?
I do recognize you effort for the light on the mark III, but i'm sure it's added in post...

I will say it's an simple school lightening exercise which cannot catch me.
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I enjoy that its an underwater photo, but it just doesn't catch my attention. I don't know where the focal point is supposed to be. Overall its a great image though! :) 6/10


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Jul 31, 2014 18:34 |  #9099

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I enjoy that its an underwater photo, but it just doesn't catch my attention. I don't know where the focal point is supposed to be. Overall its a great image though! :) 6/10

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Jul 31, 2014 18:50 as a reply to  @ Reservoir Dog's post |  #9100

I actually really enjoy this shot, even though I usually hate portraits with brick walls in them.. looks vaguely from the 90's so don't know if that was intentional post processing or if it was shot on film! id say 8/10, losing points as the pose is a tad overdone!

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Jul 31, 2014 21:32 |  #9101

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I actually really enjoy this shot, even though I usually hate portraits with brick walls in them.. looks vaguely from the 90's so don't know if that was intentional post processing or if it was shot on film! id say 8/10, losing points as the pose is a tad overdone!

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Aug 01, 2014 01:25 |  #9102

Runforit wrote in post #17069133 (external link)
I actually really enjoy this shot, even though I usually hate portraits with brick walls in them.. looks vaguely from the 90's so don't know if that was intentional post processing or if it was shot on film! id say 8/10, losing points as the pose is a tad overdone!

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not sure which shoot to rate so i will choose the chain shot... its not a bad concept but i dont thing the angle of the shot really helps with the concept of shadows... the lighting seems a bit harsh as well. i think a lower vantage point and possible shot with a UWA would really help 6/10

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Aug 01, 2014 20:53 as a reply to  @ bartc's post |  #9103

Visually stunning. Background is amazing. And I like the use of vignetting. If I had be critical (seems like a must here). I'd say the light on her is a little harsh. 9/10

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Aug 01, 2014 21:42 |  #9104

Great image. But the bags on the chairs are really distracting. At first I didn't like the life vest on the chair on the dock either, but I reallllly don't like the bags on the white chairs. Thats all I can focus on now. Everything else is good though!! Except the fact that I'm in New York, where its been a solid 60 degrees all week, and not on this beach!!! :) 9/10


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Aug 01, 2014 23:22 |  #9105

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Great image. But the bags on the chairs are really distracting. At first I didn't like the life vest on the chair on the dock either, but I reallllly don't like the bags on the white chairs. Thats all I can focus on now. Everything else is good though!! Except the fact that I'm in New York, where its been a solid 60 degrees all week, and not on this beach!!! :) 9/10

cute kid.... but to me this seems more of a snap shot... the wb seems to be a bit cold and the crop with the back of the chair behind her is a bit distracting 6/10

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