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  1. sillyphaunt

    sillyphaunt TPF Noob!

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    Took this while visiting my husband in North Carolina last weekend. I really like the photo. Any critiques?

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    hurts my eyes! But I like it! :)
     
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    sillyphaunt TPF Noob!

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    :lol: Yeah, it was a very very bright day.. My moniter also tends to be a bit on the dim side.. maybe I need to calibrate it?
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    That's not what hurts my eyes...something about the way the fence is hurts it...but it's cool! :)
     
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    oh :lol: okay, but I just calibrated my monitor anyway! :lol:
     
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    I love how the focus on the chainlink doesn't fall off on the right. Great job on that. Also, you got lucky on the people, that little boy is cute. I think this is a lovely shot.
     
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    Good job, something almost Cartier-Bresson about it. Shame the kid is a bit burnt out, but there's a lot of mid-tone with the fence, so it's probably exposed about right.
     
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    Liked the photo!~ it gives a linear perspective which seems to draw an attention to the child (personal opinion though)!~ Way to go!~
     
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    I like it... hmm somewhere somewhen I saw a shot very simmilar to this bt with a dog in a place where the kid is now, I dunno who took it but I also liked it! This one is even better
     
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    Thanks for the comments! The kid is my daughter, actually, and the other person is my husband. They were walking ahead and I snapped the picture. :lol:

    I have it in color too actually

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    I like this shot alot! I like B&W better.. just preference maybe.
     
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    I like the b&w version a lot, :thumbup: this place has turned me into a b&w junkie.

    Since this is the critique area, I would like to see more of the length of the fence. IMO, its cut a little short, keeping this from being an amazing photo.



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