Droplets

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  1. Mainiac

    Mainiac TPF Noob!

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    Greetings to all *inserts wavey smilely here*. It's been awhile since my last post, hopefully i'll start being and active member again. :D Here are a couple of recent photos for you guys to pick over and tell me what is wrong with them.:thumbup:

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  2. Mainiac

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    *bump*
     
  3. Chris of Arabia

    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    Tempted to say 'Yes' :thumbup: and 'Yes' :thumbup:

    The first is rather more abstract than the second, and the b+w treatment allows you to concentrate on form rather than the colours that I'm sure would confuse matters. I think both would work in a gallery setting as part of a larger body of work.
     
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    Thank you both very much! I really appreciate the comments.:)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh yes, I hope so, too!!!!
    Where were you???

    The spider's web is lovely. And I quite appreciate the b&w conversion here! Pity about the compression artefacts, but I am sure the large version is tack sharp where the lens at its macro setting (or is it a real macro lens?) had its DOF.
     
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    Agreed... the compression artefacts are very obvious especially in the second shot, but otherwise both are great abstract shots. Welcome back and please do shoot and post more! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Lafoto! I never really "left" I still came here pretty much every day but was really too busy to post.:)
    Yeah it is too bad about the compression artefacts but you're right about the orignals. And it was taken with a macro lens.:thumbup:

    Thank you ZaphodB!
     

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