The Worker and spectator

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  1. Myspacepix!

    Myspacepix! TPF Noob!

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    The Spectator [​IMG]

    The Worker
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    awesome shots, totally unrelated but awesome!
     
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    yeah they were from a trip, the worker is my cousin on my phne, and the spectator is my spectating the road infront of me!
     
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    and thats why they r in general! didn't want to post these shots separate, whatev!
     
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    Great shots! Where was the first one taken?
     
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    coming homefrom steamboat.
     
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    any more crit guys?
     
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    I like that the first shot is yet again a rather high-contrast shot, but it's tough to work with high-contrast landscapes when there is snow involved, because snow is already hard enough to expose without blowing them out in contrast adjustments. Overall though, I think the shot still remains good. If anything, I'd consider cropping some of the sky, because as it is now there is a lot of sky. The second shot is pretty good, but it's tough to have a very good portrait if the face is tough to see as it is in this shot. But, for a candid-type portrait, it's pretty decent. The black and white conversion is pretty good, but the fact that the face isn't really visible really hurts the shot a lot for me.
     
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    +1 ^^^

    The 1st shot looks too processed to me and parts of the snow are pretty washed out, but it is a nice shot. I'd be interested to see the original.
     
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    first shot is definitely nice... love all the color and the distance in the photo... none of the road signs or fences really hurt the photo which i like...
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    After all my years of driving, I've never seen orange centerlines. What state are you in...I must go and visit.
     
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    The first looks too photoshopped to me
     

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