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PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2008 9:33 pm 
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I recently returned from a trip around the world and here are some of my Australia shots (unfortunately I didn't have a DSLR when I went so there were all from a Sony compact).

My friends always poked fun at me because I was always crouching in weird positions but I ignored them and I'm pleased with the results. Hope you like them.

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the last one is definitely my favorite.

remember, it's not the camera that makes great images- it's you...

these shots are definitely impressive.

keep up the good work.

some criticism on the 1st one however,

i would clone out the white posts in the background as they can take the attention away form the crossing sign.

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Thanks!

I'll clone out the posts tonight.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:44 am 
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Location: australia
Put em back they are rightfully in the picture!
An awesome place isn't it?
I live here and can't get over how beautiful
it is...
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Absolutely bloody beautiful shots!

Managed to pull a few rippers out of that point and shoot of yours.

Ya represented my country well I reckon :-)

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Nice shot... I think i like the last one best... Only thing I can say about one photo is #3 I think a bit less crop is needed... I want to see more from the scene. It's a nice scene... I like the colors and all but the cropping is just a bit off.... I like them! Keep rocking your point and shoot like that!!!

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