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  1. JTHphoto

    JTHphoto TPF Noob!

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    I haven't posted much lately, been in kind of a rut photographically speaking. :( These didn't really do much for me in color, i'm just curious if anyone else has any feedback... thanks. :mrgreen:

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  2. Blair

    Blair Painting with Light

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    #2 is my favorite! I love the prespective. I really like it in Black & White.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Don't tell me about "ruts, photographically speaking" :roll: --- don't I know what that feels like a little too well?

    Of all of these I like the last one best, the desolation of the desert depicted by that old ... piece of ... whatever that is on wheels there, and its dryness shown by the sand, the cactus and the harsh shadows - that hint at the bright sun. Also I appreciate the high horizon a lot more than the centred one of Photo 3.

    If I were more of a car person, I'd probably also like 2 best, though. Cool close-up on a detail of that old car, and here I also even like the tilt.
     
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    thanks blair! corinna, i could feel something wrong with #3, and now that you mention the centered horizon i wonder why i didn't really see that before... thanks!
     
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    I love #2 as well, probably because I work for International. ;) j/k Nice shot, love the tones and perspective.
     
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    #2 for me too! I find it hard to take a good tilt shot...that's a really nice one. Looks good in b/w too.
     
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    I like no. 3. Could do with a bit of a contrast boost tho (viewing it on my work's PC screen tho, so could be me) :thumbup:
     
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    #4 is very interesting. There's room for interpretations, but I like the fact that it has a black edge. As for #2, truly nostalgic, I feel.
     

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