probably controversal

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  1. bydlo

    bydlo TPF Noob!

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    Not more to say than i already did
    CU

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    RikWriter I see a need for sarcasm!

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    It's powerful, but my gut feeling is, it should have been a bit closer.
     
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    this post does not comply with the guidelines established for the critique gallery. regarding it's overall appropriateness, i'm still thinking; i've moved it here in the meantime.
     
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    why is it contraversal?? its life... but the pic itself is very informative..and gripping.... how do you say you like a pic like this? but i do... i like what it says to me.... sad.. lost....lonely... hungry....her eyes have seen too much...wonder how old she is... from her face, i would think not as old as her body says she is.....
    makes you thankful for how you are living...

    great shot....bet it was hard to take this, huh?
     
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    Hmm...I like the pic, and as for the controversy. I feel it is a sad reality. While most of us here are running around with cameras,cell phones, computers, there are people in the world who live like this. It makes you step back for a second and think. Great shot. OH yeah... welcome to the forum. !!
     
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    i agree with you but when i got comments about this piece they were between "i love it" or "i hate it". thats why i took that title.
    its hard to take?
    i`m not really sure...in one way one is & and have to be ,emphatic and in the other way you have to forget(or overthrow) your emotions otherwise you throw your camera in the gutter and leave the country.
    its a strange balance you have to find.
     
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    This is a excellent photo of harsh reality. Awesome creative work here, very well done. If nothing else, it give us who have so much a better appreciation for how lucky we are.. ( I hope)
     
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    Awesome job. It's beautifully done. :thumbup: Can you describe your process, and what paper you used?
     
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    absolutely great.
    calkiem nie zle ;)
     
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    ahoi terry,
    lithprints are quite difficult to reproduce so i think it doesnt make to much sense if i tell you the data (despite i forgot most of them).
    i think the paper was an old Orwo and the developer was a moersch 5
    but this is a informative site abouth lithprints
    http://www.lithprint.com/
    CU axel
     
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    did you use the moersch master set? I got it for a week now but haven't used it yet.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thank you for the link! I actually think I've looked at that site a bit. I do bromoils, and may have pulled that one up over the course of my reading.

    I love the look of lith; may be my next project once I get the stains from the bromoil inks off my fingers. ;)
     

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