Burnded Out

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by xypex982, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. xypex982

    xypex982 TPF Noob!

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    Some of my earliest shots, just finally put them through some CS3 to try and clean off the crap film's crappyness. Took them near my house where there was a raging fire just a week or so before, was dang scary when the fire was burning. :(

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    Any thoughts, criticisms, or comments? I would have taken more but I believe I was on 100 film and light at the time would fade very fast.
     
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  2. dwol

    dwol TPF Noob!

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    Interesting photos, nothing too special imo other than telling a story. the first image I keep wanting to see the rest of the barrel :p
     
  3. dak1b

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    not bad pics..however as stated above seeing the whole barrel would put a better infamous look to ur pic
     
  4. TAREQ DESIGN

    TAREQ DESIGN TPF Noob!

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    good pics

    keep on
     

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