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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:27 pm 
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was at the local Fiesta/fair and came up with this, CC?

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seeing as how I am at school and the computer I am using is a bit dark I don't like the fact that the lights didn't come out to well (the ones on the actual ride). But like I said it is most likely the computer! So when I get home I will look at it again and see if it comes out a little more!


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Much better then my school computer!!! I can actually see the subject. Good shot I like the framing job...


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 Post subject: Re: thoughts?
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smiles77 wrote:
was at the local Fiesta/fair and came up with this, CC?

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I really don't like the border at all. It takes away too much of the image.

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 Post subject: Re: thoughts?
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Welly wrote:
takes away too much of the image.

Indeed, and diatrcting too.
The shot is pretty good, seems soft though. But good job :)

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thanks for the responces fellas. :D ill try some different effect, to me the photo didnt have enough "omfph" just plain.

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