[5 PHOTOS] Haven't posted in a while!

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  1. nitefly

    nitefly TPF Noob!

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    Some new photos for you all to advise me on, if you wouldnt mind ofcourse! Theyre all available on my site: click. Here they are:

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    4. Not sure about this one.
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  2. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    wow for the fifth one and big wow for the third one :D
     
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    Nice set of shots. Love these 'mixed bag' threads. I'd have to say #3 is my fave.
     
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    Nice series, the last one is my favorite!
     
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    Nice set of pics, im not sure on some of them but i like 3 and 5! nice work!!
     
  6. nitefly

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    Fancy telling me which ones and why?

    Thanks all that posted so quickly :) :hail:
     
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    Three n Five...
     
  8. nitefly

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    Thanks castrol..

    Any more?
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the DOF and texture displayed in Photo 1.
    You need to SEE what is in something as mundane as this flange (?) in the first place. And you did! Good!

    Photo 3 is very impressive in so far as you managed to capture some emotions. Great! The black and white helps to focus on those emotions. No colour to distract from them!

    The reflections in the very calm water in Photo 5 are what makes it.

    As to the sheep in the background of Photo 4... they are a bit far right, other than that, though I also like that one. From where was it taken. Do you happen to have THIS SIGHT from your house?
     
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    The 4th and 5th is true postal card. Very pretty all. Greetings from Spain.
     
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    Thankyou all, especially you LaFoto :)

    Number 4 is a picture of some flowers on top of a barge, and then the field with the sheep in was the other side of the canal.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The one you're not certain about - I would agree it's the composition that makes it appear a little off. I'm left wondering what the subject is. If it's the sheep in the pasture, then I would agree they are too far off to one side. The flowers in the foreground are gorgeous, but lead up to an empty pasture.

    I like the texture of the first shot, but would like a deeper DOF to exaggerate it.

    And #3 does show a very nice moment! :thumbup: I like the B&W here.

    Nice group of images, overall. :)
     

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