Of the 4, which is the best?

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  1. NoK

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    I took three pictures of the same area and I did some post work on all of them. I'm curious to see which one you guys think is the best.

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  2. Digital Matt

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    htere all kind of boring and the first one has a weird crop. If i had to pick one i would say #2
     
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    number 3... those photos all need some work
     
  5. elsaspet

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    No offense to you, but please please please read what this forum is for.
    It is for ONE client ready photo.
    If you need tech assistance, the forum below this is great, and very loney, as everyone posts here.
    Again, I'm not yelling at you. Please put in the correct forum, and we will all give you our crazy recommendations.
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    While I'm at it....back to my soapbox.
    How in the heck does the above statement help the OP in ANY way?
    Crit is for Analysis. That means......you tell them what you like, don't like, and most importantly WHY.

    That is not so much to ask. After all,these people are putting their work on the lines, and trusting you can help make a difference.

    Don't be lazy in crit.
     

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