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  1. Ms_jessica

    Ms_jessica TPF Noob!

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    what would YOU have done differently?

    beware.. i am new at this :D


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    when you post your pics,number them so i can comment anyhow in no 1 and 2 i would take the granyness away its a good shot without it no 3 is great dont touch it:D no 4 try in black and white or sepia no 5 is good but id like to see it in colour.maybe some contrast in no 6.i like 10 a lot but no 11 is perfect great positioning,how did you take picture of your cams if they were on the table:lmao:
     
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    Thread moved to the general gallery since it does not comply with the Critique Gallery guidelines. You may post only one image or variations of it per thread in the Crit Gallery.

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    haha.. i took that last one with my digital camera =D
     
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    I like the ferris wheel shot... very cool!
     
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    +1 for the ferris wheel - nice shot.

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    thanks for all the feedback guys!! Ok but the first two.. how come they came out so grainey???
     
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    damn i love your pictures.. hahahahaha

    hi jess!
     
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    I wouldn't change anything on any of them 'xcept for the first two...

    I like contrasty shots, but I think that these two might look spot on if they has less contrast and had a softer feel to them.
     
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    yea... i really liked the first two.. but i knew there was something missing.. i dont remmeber what the settings were that i had em on,. but they came out that way... weird.. i ono...keep em comin!!
     
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    Kodak film?

    I've had that problem, too. It isn't a problem if they come out nice, but when you want crisp, the grain is a pain in the butt.

    Print a little small and turn down the contrast, and the grain could be minimized, if you want it to be minimized.
     

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