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Old Sep 2, 2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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Well, wierd topic title I know... but I took this pictures... and looking at them from a photographers standpoint, they're crummy, I took them to show the difference in focusing on different objects... but something about them... I dunno, I'm trying to decide if I should add to my good photo list.

Tell me what you think, are these crummy shots?
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Old Sep 2, 2006, 10:40 PM   #2
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Old Sep 2, 2006, 10:46 PM   #3
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Um.. the second one is crummy! XD But... I like the first one. I love the colors in the rock.
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Well, wierd topic title I know... but I took this pictures... and looking at them from a photographers standpoint, they're crummy, I took them to show the difference in focusing on different objects... but something about them... I dunno, I'm trying to decide if I should add to my good photo list.

Tell me what you think, are these crummy shots?
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Old Sep 2, 2006, 10:51 PM   #4
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Different fer sher! To keep or not to is a personal thing. I tend to keep everything as when I was a young man my mother wouldn't let me throw away any photo I took. She said they were a moment in my time here on this earth and would always bring back a memory! She was right and to this day I can't hardly bring myself to delete a photo!

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Old Sep 2, 2006, 11:11 PM   #5
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Well, I have decided to keep the first one, the second is bad, hehe. And Dawg, I will keep most of them. I was trying to decide if either of these were good enough to go into my list of pictures that I show off and/or print, I still keep most of my photos saved on the computer.
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Um.. the second one is crummy! XD But... I like the first one. I love the colors in the rock.
I would'nt say either is crummy, both good examples of different DOF...And a little enlightening, I've never thought of blurring the subject and focusing on the background..Interesting

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 10:01 AM   #7
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Thats what it was meant to show Dan! Eventually I hope to have a website with a photo guide on it, and I wanted to show how a focus shift changes a photo!
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Honestly, I am not fond of the second photo at all but I really do like the first one!

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Same here and I very rarely ever tossed out a print from film! Great motto from your mom there Dawg!



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