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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 6:58 pm 
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hey im trying to get back in to photography after my d.slr camera got stollen let me know what you think.

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i think it would look a lot cooler if you came in closer, i shot a swan a while back, here's the image for you to see what i'm talking about.

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i think it would look a lot cooler if you came in closer, i shot a swan a while back, here's the image for you to see what i'm talking about.


Swans are nice enough...

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... until they ATTACK! :twisted:

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good swan, attack them smelly toes.


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Hi xsjado-man,

I actually like the perspective you've chosen-- the space in the background flows well and draws your eye to the swan in the front. The expression is adorable. I would like to see a little additional space on the bottom of the photo (e.g. just a little water showing beneath the swan). The photo is also a little noisy. Other than that, great effort. The expression of the swan really makes the photo, in my opinion.

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Agree with jaxzwolf, love the swan's expression!

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