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Old Oct 28, 2010, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default PSP World Cup '10 (paintball)

Here are a few snaps from friday all of which have breaks in them, i am still working on Saturday and Sunday at the moment.

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Old Oct 29, 2010, 8:20 AM   #2
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Watermarks are great for sites you're selling on. But if you want feedback/critique then post shots without them (you can always put the shots you're posting for critique in a private gallery without watermarks).
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Ditto JohnG. makes things hard to see and judge.
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People are smart enough to find the private galleries/ sites i post on and snipe images, and its happened a lot in the past, so ive switched to only watermarks until they purchase them.... Kids are getting smart these days
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That's your choice. Just don't expect other sports photographers to critique heavily watermarked images. This board is about the photos and those watermarks ruin the photos. Sometimes you just can't present the same image to two different audiences in the same manner. Might not sound fair, but life seldom is.
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When I was 6 and 7, during WW II, my friends and I used to play these games a lot. Never saw the point or attraction after that age. Still don't. I agree, don't expect much helpful feedback with those unnecessarily large watermarks.
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