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  1. 512

    512 TPF Noob!

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    From: Hi-Fi | FotoBlog

    that's the real high fidelity, cristal clear and pure sound for your ears...

    C&C are welcome
     
  2. 5DManiac

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    It's fine but it doesn't appear to be that interesting. I'd rather see a brand new speaker in all its glory. But cool anyway and I like your one a day photo mindset.
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Man, you keep posting images so small (here and on your website) that it's impossible to appreciate them in detail. I understand that you have your reasons for doing this; however, to appreciate photos you can't look at them in almost-thumbnail size.

    It took me a while to understand that this wasn't a broken tractor seat but the remains of a speaker, go figure. If the title hadn't been "Hi-fi", I would've given up on the image and moved on.
     
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    Quite a bland and uninteresting shot. The kind of thing you can find twenty pages of on a flickr search.

    No personal offense intended.
     
  5. 512

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    i apprieciate your feedbacks! thank you. 800x600 format isn't enough? i'll use 1024x768 if the image size will not grow up too much. i'm not convinced about this image and that's because i posted here. the real problem, imho, is that the photo is non inserted in the context i shot it (ghost village). it is related to the silence i found there, that was unnatual.
    thank you for your time and comments ;)
     

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