County fair

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  1. darin3200

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    Although it was insanely hot out today I decided to go to the county fair to try out my new lens. These shots with a digital rebel and a sigma 20mm f/1.8.

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    My favs are 1, 3 and 5:
    1 - imo the tilt and the shadows would have worked stronger if you had framed it vertically.
    5 - love the flare and tones.

    I smell Kratochvil. ;)

    Btw, congrats on the 20. :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. I agree with framing on #1.

    :blushing: Oh you!

    I look at VII's work so much it's hard not to mimic some styles.

    The sigma 20mm is great. So fast too. On full-frame it's a dream.

    Did you know there's another VII seminar in new york in september?
     
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    Last year I couldn't make it. This time I should try my best. Thanks for the heads up. :thumbup:
     
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    I really like #5. Had it been in color, it wouldn't have been much of a shot. It looks interesting in B&W.

    kudos.
     
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    wow just from the pics i can see how different your county fair is compaired to mine...lol

    i like the series a lot

    i like #2 the best....
     
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    wow just from the pics i can see how different your county fair is compaired to mine...lol

    i like the series a lot

    i like #2 the best....
     
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    I'm glad you got at least one mullet in it's natural habitat. Cool series.
     
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    Im digging the mullet!
     
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    It was rockin'!
     
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    the mullet rules!!! awsome capture of an almost extinct species.
     

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