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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 5:02 am 
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this is my 1st shot at these kind of photos... how did i do? please comment.

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O.K. I think that the shots are good but I personally like lots of PP. Other people here however do not. I think you will get mixed views on it.

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i like the first one, can't say i feel the same for the second one, it's not very appealing...


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MBrutus2009 wrote:
O.K. I think that the shots are good but I personally like lots of PP. Other people here however do not. I think you will get mixed views on it.


lol that's nice, i love lots of PP too! i went all out on those two picture. only if i have a purpose.

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Anel-slo wrote:
i like the first one, can't say i feel the same for the second one, it's not very appealing...


The first one appeals a little more as it has a focal point and a detail picked out. The second has no focal point, nor vestige of interest. Keep the PP work simple - all it's telling you is that the original images were not interesting enough.

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I like the angle on #1, as well as the texture of the clock tower.

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