The only one i liked was the ball in the grass..
the rest were too busy and had no focul point.
but it's too cluttered for a silohette.
The boat and the building, should be just the dock and the scene.
The arm business is confusing.. i dunno if she's holding her breast or the outside of the right arm.
Also the balance is a bit off with respect...
yeah, i wanna do a best of .. but over 1000 pics is a pain to sort through...
Ohhh,, ok, cause when you click on them it goes to a different designed site.
I can see the buttons now.. my res is crazy 1280 so that might be...
It was an example. Both forums are phpbb 2.04.
But this one hasn't been touhced. It's the basic template from the package. The only thing...
Can you see what that says? i hope that's still in the works.
Other then that.. is there a gallerie of all these sidewalk photos...
Yes.. the technical aspect of photography can be taught and learned. But that doesn't mean you'll be a good photographer.
Except for boring...
yeah.. if that reacted to the mouse and you can spin it.. that would be good.
I also mean the main site navigation is a bit off.
I made this forum
i think this forum should follow a lot of the design cues.. and make this forum stick out....
nice shots.. a bit dark
good pics.. i like those.. some very good composistion.
i prefer that stype of images to what most people have on here.
i love those pics.. it takes some serious balls to photo homeless people because they can react quite poorly
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i don't think photography can be taught.. you either have it or you don't.
Same with artists.. you can't teach people to have an eye for images.
I found that as well.. that digital has become a great way to learn colour and composition.. because you can take up to 1000 pics and pay nothing...
BUT.. with all the cost of developing and wasted shots you could sell your SLR and buy a new digicam
yeah, some times having your work on a site like that can harm you more then benefit you.
yeah..it looks like a url so naturally people ignore it.
I can see B&W having it's place.. since not much can compare wih it for portraits and developing.
but with the outsource cost of B&W developing...
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