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Old Dec 20, 2007, 5:27 PM   #1
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Some photosI have taken. thanks for viewing











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Old Dec 20, 2007, 5:42 PM   #2
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These are beautiful Phil...#2 looks like it could be straightened out a bit, the grass looks like it is sliding into the water. Good job though.

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Old Dec 20, 2007, 5:52 PM   #3
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These are beautiful Phil...#2 looks like it could be straightened out a bit, the grass looks like it is sliding into the water. Good job though.

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Thanks for the advice Mandy.
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number 2 and 3 are simply AMAZING great colors!
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number 2 and 3 are simply AMAZING great colors!

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These photos where taken with a Canon ixus 900Ti
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Old Dec 22, 2007, 1:17 AM   #7
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Hi Phil,

Great photos - and I agree with Mandy and xiggy - i.e. some need a bit of straightening (but that's easy)- and GREAT photos.

I'd add, fantastic exposure (well done to you and/ or your camera) for the good balance particularly between photos 1 and 2 for the sky and deeper autumn hues.

Hopefully we'll see more photos from you - your quality of photos is definitely worth more than 13 posts in a year - hint hint!

Thanks for sharing!

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Old Dec 22, 2007, 2:21 PM   #8
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I must say I quite liked #1 & #3 and quite agreed with Mandy on #2!

Still, regarding #1,compositionwise,IMHO,there's hardlyanything the branches further reaching into the sky addmuch to the picture other than distracting the attention from the unique beauty of the bank we see across! I also think some 'partial' sharpeningand a little highlight recovery would work. So, I wish you consider my edit below out of my appreciation of the original ; )
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Old Dec 22, 2007, 5:29 PM   #9
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Thank you for the comments and advice everyone. As being 17 I have a lot to learn and experience to gain.

Thanks for the edited photo it makes a difference, what sort of editing software would yourecommend me.


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Thanks for the edited photo it makes a difference, what sort of editing software would yourecommend me.
Phil, I've been using Photoshop variantsright from the start(the elements, CS, CS3) which I can strongly recommend. Btw, you've got such an inspiring environment to inciteone's photograhic merits I remember taking my father's analog SLRto the mountains about your age : )Just keep on shooting and posting!
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