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  1. ZacKrohn

    ZacKrohn TPF Noob!

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    Over the summer I worked a day camp which was located at our local college (sonoma state) during one of my lunch breaks I took a roll of film. I would realy like to hear feedback from you
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    -Zac
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hi Zac: I think the first two would work better as verticals. I like your repeating lines in the second image but there is too much distraction on either side, if that makes sense. :D

    I definitely like the third image - very crisp. I like the texture of the metal and the wall - nicely done! But - it's killing me that the faucet is cut off. I want to see all of it, even with a little drip of water right at the tip! :D
     
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    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I just think there is a lot more potential in terms of the composition. You can try to explore more angles. Maybe not so much through a human's eye. Perhaps put some imagination and think of what how a fly or a bird will see it.... hope you know what I mean.

    I wish I have a wacom tablet to sketch out what I am suggesting....
     
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    ZacKrohn TPF Noob!

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    thanks for the input guys. terri I was also very sad about the cut off faucet. Oh well maybe some day soon I'll go back.

    -Zac
    PS year long school class starts tomorrow and I'll get to learn developing!
     

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