New Pics - I got it...finally!!

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  1. JPIX

    JPIX TPF Noob!

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    I finally figured out embedding images - lots of advice on how to do this easily but the 'Samanax' actually got me there (THANKS).

    Any C&C would be appreciated.

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    #1: The light reflecting from the floor is too bright. It's very distracting.

    #2: I like it. My eyes are constantly moving. It could use a bit more detailing in the shadows, though.

    #3: Lacks subject. I'm not sure what I should be looking at. A person or object would fix this.

    #4: I like this one. However, lowering the angle might have been better for this shot.
     
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    no C&C?
     
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    1. Has potential but it lacks something - not sure what. It's a fun pic though.
    2. I like it, it make me smile.
    3. Again, it lacks something. I assume the subject is the sun but while the building is kind of cool, it's just not working for me with the composition. Nothing really draws me in.
    4. I would have used a lower angle, get down with your subject at their level. Shooting down on the butterfly really isn't very flattering. Also, there's a white balance issue, there's a yellow cast in the image that could quickly be cleaned up in PS or Lightroom.
     

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