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  1. #13661
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Welcome on board Pirate.
    danke. would really appreciate some constructive criticism on my shots...you guys take amazing photos.


    new one. this is a house in cambodia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Time pressure from "are we there yet" kids.

    L plates and iPods fix that. One zones out and the other wants to drive further.

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    I quite like your previous shot but this one of the side of the house doesn't really work for me, I don't think it's a strong enough topic to work as an abstract like this so I'd probably try for the whole house. Like this as an abstract though, I'd clone the waterpipe off the side and frame the shot to get the whole window shutter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piratebryan View Post
    danke. would really appreciate some constructive criticism on my shots...you guys take amazing photos.


    new one. this is a house in cambodia
    What he said plus

    The vertical lines are not vertical and the horizontal ones are not horizontal. It's a little thing that I often forget but it actually makes a big difference. Most image editing software would allow you to rotate the image a degree or so anti clockwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    L plates and iPods fix that. One zones out and the other wants to drive further.
    I was driving my ex-police (ie lowered) commodore 2 wheel drive and this was one of the best bits of road, with the prospect of being stranded 30 miles from the nearest town. No one but me was going anywhere near my drivers seat.
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    Any company car I have had the use of over the last 35 or so years including Porsches, BMW's and Mercedes would fly along a rod like that at a rapid pace. that's the advantage of special all road build company cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    What he said plus

    The vertical lines are not vertical and the horizontal ones are not horizontal. It's a little thing that I often forget but it actually makes a big difference. Most image editing software would allow you to rotate the image a degree or so anti clockwise.
    Thanks for the tips. What I really like about that image is that is 100% natural, no pp at all. And it was completely accidental. I was in Cambodia and that was out of my posh bed and breakfast window. I'll work on processing it a bit.

    I know this is 'pic of the day' but I'm going cheat and post another.

    Last edited by piratebryan; 07-08-2010 at 05:56 AM. Reason: bad picture.

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    I like this one just fine pirate (interesting subject, nicely framed, perspective of reducing heights to right, clean green folliage, good lighting). If you want to be really picky you could add some off camera flash under the folliage to lighten the trunks but I don't know anyone who would typically go to that effort.
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    I guess the 4th of July celebration got a bit out of hand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    ... where you pray for days under 110 degrees.
    It's like that here most days now.
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