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Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by curiouslyadrift, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. curiouslyadrift

    curiouslyadrift TPF Noob!

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    Taken with an old, crappy 3mp point&shoot. Critique is still appreciated, but as far as image quality, there wasn't much else I could do.
     
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    Hey, are you located in SF?? If so, I am always looking for people to go out shooting...shoot me a note.

    I like this photo. as you mentioned the quality is kind of pour, but you couldn't do much about it. The composition, IMO, is well done. I have seen similar shots before....but i like your in BW.
     
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    Left edge looks blown to me. Apart from that I like the shot - B&W is perfect for it.
     
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    curiouslyadrift TPF Noob!

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    Thanks.

    It was extremely sunny that day, with the water only magnifying the brightness. But I could/should probably fix the left side in paint shop pro.

    Monko - no, I'm not. I wish :) . Seems like a very nice but expensive place. I live way over here in Massachusetts. I was just visiting in October.
     
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    I really like it too and agree that the black and white really makes it.
     
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    Looks good my only thing would be to bring some contrast out of the hillside leading down to the water.
     

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