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Old Jan 12, 2012, 6:23 AM   #1
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a few shots from a recent trip to a wildlife park's reptile house. all through glass sadly, please advise on ways for improvement and feel free to give your opinion, hope you enjoy

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Old Jan 12, 2012, 6:43 AM   #2
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The pictures look fine to me. Since you can't do anything about the glass, the best you can do is correct the color through editing software - the last two are too blue, but I don't know whether the original color will show if the color is altered. You may just give it a try. The first two pics are very impressive.
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Old Jan 12, 2012, 7:00 AM   #3
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hi raghu,
i took on board what you said and had a go at correcting the colour a little. think these are better. thanks for the advice.

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Nice looking critters and well shot. And the two revised ones do look a bit better although the first ones worked for me also. (I have bad eyes so I'm easy to please.)
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Very nice John, good advice from Raghu and you did a good job with the PP.

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I agree with JJ, nice job John and good pp!
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thanks guys for the compliments. i am a humble beginner but since joining this forum i am growing daily in confidence. i took some pictures of a church near here recently but not sure if theyre any good as i havent had any feedback from my favourite critiques lol.
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i certainly wont be posting anything in the actual "critiques" section of the forum yet. im neither good enough, or ready for a low blow to the confidence
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