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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by RickyN29, Nov 5, 2005.

  1. RickyN29

    RickyN29 TPF Noob!

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    K, asked my friend to do a couple shots for me. He's a rebel, so I figured what better than the Superiour Court House steps for the stage?! :-D

    Let me know if these work for you. All critque, no matter how hard, is greatly appreciated.

    (I am considering some of these for my portfolio)





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    Many thanks.

    (I hope those pics are not too big, my laptop screen has a funky resolution, so everything looks nice and fitting, but some people tell me certain pics on my website are larger than their screen.)
     
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    Knopka TPF Noob!

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    These are great! A tiny bit too big, but it's ok. The first & the forth shots are fantastic! I'd put'em in a portfolio in a heartbeat :thumbup:.
    I personally don't like the direction of light in the third shot, but I like the scale & the texture of those columns, really nice :sexywink:.
     
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    These are nice. I like 2 & 4 best :thumbup:
     
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    very nice images! :thumbup:

    the 4th is my fav! :sun:
     
  5. RickyN29

    RickyN29 TPF Noob!

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    When my prints were done, I was somewhat surprised, they looked 100% better, I checked the calibration on my monitor....wow, waaayyy off. Now they look on screen how they appear in print!

    So a note to everyone, make sure your monitors are calibrated properly!

    And thanks for the replies!! :thumbup:
     

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