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  1. HASHASHIN

    HASHASHIN TPF Noob!

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    Beautiful crushed glass stone walkway leading up to the ranch in the second photo

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    This is the quiet little adobe home and windmill at the end of the path.

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    c&c wanted and welcome. i'm wondering what people think about the DOF on the first photo. I liked it, but am not too sure what others feel about it.
    For the second photo, im wondering how you guys feel about the composition.
     
  2. plentygood

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    Nice DOF on the first one. Nice colors and tones on the second one.

    I feel like on the first one, however, that the log is a bit distracting in the background. I think it'd be a great texture shot if you could get a shot of the glass that fills the frame and has a shallow DOF.
     
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    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I could retire in a place like that.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Great photos... I especially like the second one... there's a little bit of everything in it, yet its not too busy !

    Nicely done!
     
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    nice dof in #1. but a glass walkway sounds painful
     
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    HASHASHIN TPF Noob!

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    plentygood- i actually got a shot like that, but the spot that was in focus was really patchy and didn't turn out that great, it could have been a great shot though. =(

    lorielle99- the glass is crushed and tumbled to get rid of all the really jagged and sharp edges, i still wouldn't walk on it barefoot though.lol

    thanks for all the comments guys!
     
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    #2 looks like a fairy tale, beautiful. I love the way you framed it. Did you play with the colors at all?
     
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    i upped the contrast and color saturation, didn't mess with the tones though.

    Thanks for the kind words!
     
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    Love the 2nd one. Is that in NM?
     
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    HASHASHIN TPF Noob!

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    just outside of san antonio texas
     

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