What do you think?? Any good??

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  1. uberben

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    I went out for a walk with my wife today and when I came home and captured them I was sorta luke warm about my results. It was super bright out today and most came out a bit overblown. Whats your thoughts on them
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    Honestly, i'm pretty lukewarm about them, too. The third one could make a decent b&w conversion, though.
     
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    Funny that the person walking next to the rollerskater also has a camera. Anyone on here? ;)

    I agree, the third one would look cool in B&W. What on earth are those, giant alphabet blocks?
     
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    I find the fisherman in the second picture distracting.
    Really liking #3...Would like to see it in B&W!
     
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    i think number 2 came out the best, i think maxbloom is right, number 3 may look cool as a b&w
     
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    just looks like harsh light, i have this problem on a daily basis... :)

    i agree on the b&w, sometimes that can improve an image with less than perfect lighting...
     

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