Year of the Rat

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  1. *starfish*

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    I went to the parade in Vancouver BC in Chinatown, for the New Years this past weekend. I thought Id share some of my fav photos. I am new with photoshop so I have tried my best. ANY c & c and tips are appreciated! Thanks



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    47 people have viewed and no responses yet?
    I hardly ever get responses..... are my photos that bad? ;)
     
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    (I just saw it now)

    That's one of the nicest shots of the dragon's head that I've seen.
     
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    Thanks. :thumbup: Which one do you mean? I like the kinda blurred one alot. I know its blurry but I almost feel that if it were in focus, it would have have no depth or something... I got alot of great shots of people..I kinda felt like a paparazzi..lol
     
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    I actually meant shot #3. I like the colours in your people shots too, but the background stuff is a bit distracting (IMO). Can't be helped to a large extent, though, given it's a parade.
     
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    I like number 1 and number 3, I would like to have a picture where you show a larger perspective of the whole parade though.
     
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    Too bad the 'blurred' dragon head wasn't sharp. That would've been a great shot. Overall, nice stuff though.
     
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    1 was awesome. It had a nice separation from the action and a good color range, and her expression is neat.

    3 was great, it really captures the eye.

    To me, 6 would make a great background.
     
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    I havent touched this one up yet or anything, and it isnt really the best shot of this moment - but I just loved this little girl. I caught her here in one of her little dances she would start to do while watching the parade beside me..[​IMG]
     

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