Three New Shots

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  1. Bioviral

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    :shock: Whoa. Awesome. That's all I can say right now.
     
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    Nice..!!!
     
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    i frankly dont really like the 1st 2 picts...

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    your 3RD ROCKS!!!! placing it a little off center, to the right a little, should do it. AWESOME!!!!!!!!
    Did you do anything to the original photo?
     
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    Just some cropping and fixed the levels.
     
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    Yes, the 3rd pic is the best. Get the subject out of center would be best. I hate yellow jackets!
     
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    I agree with the others about the last shot. It's a great shot but the subject might work better a little off center. You probably don't have to move it much because the chair's back actually helps to through the subject area a bit off center.

    Actually the more I look at it with more focus on the chair, your composition seems to work fairly well as is. Let's see what more people have to say. What I can definitely say is that it has some great colors. Good work.
     
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    :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: 3rd one :shock:
     
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    I love that last one, and the border with the title is a nice add on. Great job!
     
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    Love the portrait.
     
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    Digital Matt alter ego: Analog Matt

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    Neat shots. I think there might be a tad too much contrast however.
     
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    I am not a big portrait fan. I am more of a nature photographer. So I would have to say that the first one is the best of the three. The image size and cropping are a little different, but I like the subject matter. The dew on the blade of grass is well taken.
     

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