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  1. messier

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    unbelievable even here i cant get any responses to my photos i guess i really sux
     
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    messier, it takes time...be patient!

    I would suggest straightening your scans before posting them. Also, there is a big scratch/hair in the middle bottom of the scan.

    I like this shot, but think it might be too dark. The birds don't stand out as much as I would like to see.
     
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    I also love the shot. But yes, straighten the scans and orient them the right way. This has the potential to be an excellent piece but I can't tell because you need to take a lot more care in presenting it (or else stick it in the normal photos section).
     
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    I agree with the above...needs a bit more contrast, and also, it needs to be presented better. I do like it though. And don't flip out when you haven't gotten any responses after less than an hour. Be patient, and give it some time. Especially on weekends...it's dead in here on weekends. Good luck, and keep posting! :)
     
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    Cloud shots are difficult to pull off. They tend to be awesome when you took them and less awesome when you show them to other people. If the birds are the focus (which they should be) you need to find a way to make them draw the viewer's eye. Right now it is very difficult to tell what is going on.
     

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