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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by TwiztidBlood, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. TwiztidBlood

    TwiztidBlood TPF Noob!

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    i am a beginner so all feedback is welcome
     
  2. tehbuffalo

    tehbuffalo TPF Noob!

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    WOW! For a begginer your pictures are pretty good! I like #1+2+4+5!

    What camera do you use? And do you mind if I ask the price?
     
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    TwiztidBlood TPF Noob!

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    thank you very much!

    for those photos i used a fujifilm finepix a510 digital,
    but i recently bought a praktica 80's german 35 mm, with a carl zeiss jena ddr lense, so i cannot wait to see the results from the film.

    for prints, of an 8x10 id charge about 9.00-10.00, plus a bit extra for shipping. ( but id take offers as well )
     
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    Welcome! I like #2 & #4. Good job...hope to be seeing more.
     
  5. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like #s 1 & 2 a lot, also when post images add return after each image
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I went to put spaces between each link, Twitzid, so the photos will show underneath each other. It makes viewing easier and the thread does not get all shifted because of all the horizontal scrolling.

    My favourite of your little series here is the last of the barn corner with the brush ... it is a bit on the blue side, but the concept, your "eye" for this little scene, is what attracts me. Maybe an ever so slight move to the left with the camera would have made it even better, which would have moved the brush a bit further right within the frame, losing some of the wall (of which we would then still see enough) and including a bit more of that roof part. But that is just a minor consideration.

    Have I ever said Welcome to ThePhotoForum to you before? No?
    OK: so here we go then:
    Welcome to ThePhotoForum :D.
     
  7. TwiztidBlood

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    haha thanks!
     

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