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Old Sep 4, 2006, 4:40 AM   #11
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I think what Richard is saying is that the second image of the third set shows what the weather WAS really like - gray and windy.

I agree that if it was a gray day with inclement weather the photo should indicate that and you shouldn't "introduce" the sun if it wasn't there. Unless of course that's what you wanted.

You want critique so here's mine, and remember no offense is meant by any of it.

1. The girls should have a tighter crop to really show how windy it was. If it was agray day leave it that way.

2. The Helo is difficult to get on any day let alone a windy one. I've experienced a few of those Dutch windy days out on the board walk at Scheveningen.

3. The Helos in the third picture, again, I think should be closely cropped so as to capture the wind on the water. Don't introduce the sun unless you want to. Perhaps a little playing around in contrast - I don't know cause I'm not much of a PP person.

As for RAW - I haven't graduated to that level yet since none of my work is for professional purposes.
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Old Sep 4, 2006, 1:49 PM   #12
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Thanks JC and Jon for your feedback, that makes me look different to my pictures.

And, yes JC, that's what I mean , my Dutch - I mean the language-is better than my English, but I do my best.

As for Raw, I'm not a pro either, butI wanted to try the edit possibilities of raw.


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