Judith Pfeifer -Vampiric Pastimes

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  1. Miss_Pfeifer

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    -Judith Pfeifer
     
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    :fangs:NIce one Judith. Now Im thirsty.:fangs:
     
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    ummm okay... this is like a snapshot, did you even take time to properly expose this???... NO. VERY BORING
     
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    Quite the darkside pic! What liquid did you use in the glass...it looks thick and blood-like.
     
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    how about making it black and white, with leaving the red in?
     
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    Oooh I like that idea!
     
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    There is a difference between constructive criticism and inmatuer "bashing". I see you chose the second one <3
     
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    I agree Miss Pfeifer. We are all supposed to be here to help each other try to get better.
    Im trying to figure out what "exopse" is. :lol::lol:

    Cool idea on the select colour too.
     
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    I agree with you both. Do we have an ignore button on this forum.:D
     
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    It is in your User CP. Works great...too bad others can still see the comments tho. :er:
     
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    The photo looks fine to me. The lighting used gives it a dark, and foreboding feel. Just as the gallery title suggests.
    I think that a5i736 is just jealous that he didn't think of it first.;)
     
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    An interesting idea, but I feel the angle has a rather snapshoty feel to it. Perhaps the same basic idea, but in the dining room of a grand old house (os something made up to look the part. Fancy table cloth, fine china, gleaming silverware, lush centerpiece, dishes, delicately folded cloth napkins and all that. The camera low down to the table, and we can see the goblet with the blood, and a few splatters of blood on the folded napkin next to it.

    A good start to the idea though.
     

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