Somethin' a little different for me!

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by MyaLover, Apr 4, 2008.

  1. MyaLover

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    So im not posting my usual self portraits. Theres are from my recent trip down to Florida.

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    3. This is a view from our kayak, it was just about to storm!
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  2. photogmatt

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    5 is my fav, 6 is pretty sweet too. Macro'ish nature always makes for great pics.
     
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    #2, 5, & 6 are quite nice. I would say #2 though is my fav, but very closely followed by 5 & 6. It seems you have an eye for the abstract.
     
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    Nice work! I really like 5 and 6. I like 2 as well, but it may need a bump in contrast or something to give it more oomph. 3 is an intriguing shot...those vibrant coloured houses against that ominous sky!
     
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    I really like these shots. 5 and 6 are my favourite - as previously mentioned their abstract but natural nature gives them a really intriguiing feel. I think 4 could do with a bit of sharpening as when looking at the eye you can see a bit of blur.

    Good stuff, a very successful photo session :)

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