Cemetary Pics. And Kingers. *6 pics. may be long load*

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  1. jar

    jar TPF Noob!

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    Supzorz.

    Ok, here are some pics I took today with the girlfriend (Photong).
    Anyways, tear em and let me know what you think. PEACE!

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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    nice colour saturation, makes the graveyard look like a pretty chipper place to hang out :)
     
  3. photong

    photong Typo Queen

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    Hey sweetie! What a surprise :)

    Wow, they did turn out great! You better enter one of them in that contest or you're not getitng your million and one dollars I owe you.

    You chose some good angles (watching you I thought you were doing stupid simple ugly crap). Too bad the Canadian flag was in one of them. Not that you're unable to remove it ;)

    I am very impressed.
     
  4. jar

    jar TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the kind words cats!
     
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    hi, jar!

    i like #3 most,
    #4 look like very nice picnic meadow , he he -;))
     
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    The composition is good on these, but with the exception of the last one I think the DOF could be a lot shorter.

    While the subject is well placed (and pretty obvious) the DOF makes my eye wander around the shot when it shouldn't need (or want) to.

    Good job inframing your shots, the sun/flare on the cross is a nice touch. :)
     

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