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  1. spiffybeth

    spiffybeth TPF Noob!

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    c/c please!
     
  2. Chris of Arabia

    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    I think I'd have pointed the camera just a fraction further left. It also looks like it needs just a little sharpening. Don't hold me to that though, I'm on a hotel internet PC and I don't doubt the set-up isn't good - looks a touch dark on here too.
     
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    it's like the 80's good shot..
     
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    hey chris, thanks for the feedback.
    why a little more to the left?
    and is the whole picture too dark? as in, i added too much black or does it look underexposed?
    i didnt sharpen it one bit.
    thanks for all the feedback!

    though i dont know what the 80's good shot means, thanks!
     
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    Very nice. Seems to be a few specs of dust or sand on your lens or something, above the girls head? Am i right or is it my screen?
     
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    A great, warm feeling shot, I really like it
     
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    LOL, those are small birds!

    thanks!
     
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    Moving a little to left would help the fishing pole form a leading line from the lower left corner[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]
     
  9. Chris of Arabia

    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    Just to give the figure a a little more breathing space - like they are looking into something rather than the edge of the frame

    On here it does look underexposed, but I wouldn't trust the set-up on this monitor at all.

    Any time. The edges of the key elements look a touch soft, so a bit of sharpening would perhaps 'crisp' things up a little.


    Me neither
     
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    thanks, jeff

    thanks for all the feedback chris :)
     
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    Funny, that was my very first thought as well!
     

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