A few new shots...

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  1. prodigy2k7

    prodigy2k7 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    http://www.luckyshotphotos.com/Suburban
    Very accessible and easy to view site. Only 5 images.

    BTW, whats a good name for the albums for these images? I cant think of a word so I used Suburban lol...
     
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    I would rather you post them here.

    I would like the 4th one with more attention to the backround - make it go away. Tighter DOF? Move a little to the side to get rid of that small tree right through the subject? The table/character look to be a great subject. - TF
     
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    prodigy2k7 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Meh I didnt wanna get too close, I didnt know the guy... Lol Thats the smallest DoF I can get with that lens and that distance
     
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    ha ha! i thought i was going to see car pics. so i see what you mean about needing a different name...maybe suburbia? anyway, i am no one to advise!

    i really liked the lines in the first two shots.
     
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    Always work on getting closer, you'll notice a real increase in the quality of your images, at least in the context of candid/street photography.
     

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