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  1. darbae

    darbae TPF Noob!

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    Hi all, I just joined this forum.
    Awesome forum by the way, lots and lots of beautiful photos.
    I'm a pretty new-b at this and this is my first post.
    Those birds seem like crows in the pictures,
    but they're actually pigeons. ewww...
    Any comment would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks.

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  2. manaheim

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    Hey welcome!

    I looooooooooooooooooooove the top part of the first one, but I think the water and the building and such in the lower portion of the frame take away from the doomish elements of it. Kind of a bummer. Maybe do the crop in the 2nd with the colors in the first?

    Still, good eye- neat situation for a shot.
     
  3. darbae

    darbae TPF Noob!

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    Yes!!!My first feedback...
    Thank you very much for your comment.
    Yeah, I probably made the bottom part too bright,
    again, I just got into this photo thing, and was having too much
    fun getting unrealistic image with HDR...
    Thank you again...
     
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    really really nice photos

    and i loved the first one, and i disagree with manaheim, i think when you see that chairs and that building they are empty so it's look like the place is doomed, something like Silent Hill lol!

    but really really nice photo especially the first!
     
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    I love the colour range in the first one, I though it was a swimming pool to start with, not a pond! :)
     
  6. darbae

    darbae TPF Noob!

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    wow...some positive comments...

    thanks guys...
     
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    hitchcock lives, take cover
     
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    The first one is definitly superb...a very good eye ... keep sharing :)
     
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    Sure would get messy standing under 'em when they fly over. And, remember, protect your camera first! HA! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I really like the second picture, actually. I'm not sure why. It seems darker and gloomier I suppose (not that I love gloominess). My eye gets drawn the the few birds in the center of the frame, and I think that really "makes" this picture. Had it been a larger cluster in the middle, I'm not sure it would have worked so well for me. Anyway, great shots!!
     

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