Is this any better?

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  1. Tonks

    Tonks TPF Noob!

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    Well, I decided to take the upright brushes out of the picture for now. Once I figure out how I want to rig the background for this I'll give those another try. But for now, they're gone.

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    Your work is wonderful. Wonder what it would look like with a bit of the top cropped out. :thumbsup:
     
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    Ah, lovely. Everythings sharp, and the flowers are still there. Awesome :D
     
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    Ad-copy quality; great work. :thumbsup:
     
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    My only gripe would be that there's too much powder on the table and on the brush. I know some women wear lots of makeup, but hey!
     
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    you know, a bit of diffuse light coming from a window from the right hand side might make it look a bit more real - this is kind of sterile... :D or a little out-of-focus patch of light in the top right corner coming from a desk light or (again) a window...??also, try to do a more gradual transition from the colour of the table to the black of the wall (if it's a wall), now you can see a kind of a "halo" around the elements - the previous one was done in a superb way! :mrgreen:
     
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    it's nice, but please decrease the size of yer copyright...
     
  8. Tonks

    Tonks TPF Noob!

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    Um....let me think about that.... no.

    It's there for a reason. And it's in the corner of the photo. I have a feeling you've never had an image stolen.
     
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    santino TPF Noob!

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    so what, you think the bigger the copyright is, the harder it's to delete? I mean it's your pic so do what ever you wanna do but I'd like it more with a decreased copyright. And yes, I've had an image stolen.
     
  10. Tonks

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    So, what you're telling me is, you have no other useful thing to say other than my copyright is too big. :roll:

    And no, I don't think it's any harder to delete it if it's big or small. I think it's more obtrusive than some, and a lot less obtrusive than most.

    Let me know when you have some photographic input mmmkay?
     
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    santino TPF Noob!

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    don't want no beef, I've already told you the pic is nice so the copyright was the only thing I didn't like. If you can't bear no critique don't put your stuff in the "critique gallery". And if you wanna see some of my pics just browse the forum... don't wanna comment that pic anymore.
     
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    Tonks TPF Noob!

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    Hey, I don't want any "beef" either. I just think it's weird to bother commenting at all about a photo, if the only thing you see wrong with it is something that is not even part of the photograph. I have no problem accepting critique on my photos.

    Oh, and um, do you really talk like that? *snicker*
     

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