Some Shotss..C&C

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by steverstrike, Jun 18, 2006.

  1. steverstrike

    steverstrike TPF Noob!

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    hey guys im new to this site.. this is my first post and i just want to show some of the shots i have take in the past... tell me wat u think and how i can make my pictures better.. thanks for looking

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    Great shots all around Steve... You may want to move this to the General Gallery though... You would get much more feedback there than in this section.
     
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    thanks alot.. yea ill move over there and post the pictures
     
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    nice shots but the larger size is better for C&C as a lot of things are hidden on the smaller sized shots.
     
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    Sx random photos are hard to critique. Provide some specific information as too why you like each photo, exposure, etc.
     
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    Steve, i really like the shots, especially the one with the doll and the drill. that photo says a lot. eerie and odd. the 2nd fav is the one with the gloves in the clad iron rack on the fireplace mantle? i like the angle of that one a lot. i love the one with the waterfall and the water but i think it could be a little brighter which would really help to show off that sparkling blue water! just lighten it up in PS a tad to make that photo pop! nice stuff.

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