Various examples of my work - looking for C&C

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by DanF89, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. DanF89

    DanF89 TPF Noob!

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    I've been into photography seriously for about four years, yet this past week is the first time I've looked to others online for feedback.

    I've attached a few photos here (and two posts down)...I'm looking for comments and just general feedback.

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    Thanks for looking.
    -Daniel
     
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    80+ photos is a small gallery? I'd hate to see what you think is large, lol. If you select just a few from your gallery and post them here, you'll be more likely to get C&C. But sorry, I can't really comment on 80+ photos.
     
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    Good point.
    Here are some specific images....

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    Yeesh. Those are all very nice. (last one is a red X btw) I think I like 1 the best. The tonal quality to it and the smoothness is just great. 2 didn't floor me, personally, but is still nice. 3 is very pretty. Obviously the lightning bolt is very cool. Really well done.

    I don't think I could personally point out much I feel you could have done better. Honestly, I think I'd be hard-pressed to shoot nearly as well as you have with these.
     

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