the dragon.........and more sculpture. *not 56k friendly*

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  1. sobi

    sobi TPF Noob!

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    so these are some others i forgot to upload from the tampa excursion.



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  2. craig

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    Great subject matter! The 2nd and 7th shots stand out for me. I think the subject matter gets lost in the other frames. It has been my experience that, it takes a lot of frames to "isolate" the subject in public places.
     
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    Great photos. they are very pleasing to the eye.
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Very impressive, especially the range on that first one.
    What was the camera etc. you used? (Please don't let it be a Canon 10D or digital Rebel!)
     
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    they are interesting but I really do prefer your first set of spirals.
     
  6. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I agree with Craig about isolating subject, IMO you need less DOF, I would try burr the backgrounds in Photoshop, be careful not to make to it look fake

    #3 of the dragon would be a good one to try it on IMO
     

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