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Old Jun 24, 2010, 3:07 PM   #11
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Hey SSG, thank you for your kind words.... a friend of mine said that if she would have worn a "Dirndl" (traditional austrian/german dress), it would be a perfect tourism advertise shot

The location is Arzl im Pitztal in the province of Tirol (the Tyrol) in Österreich (Austria) in Europa (Europe)... now google it to see where I live
Darn it did not give the actual location of your place but I get the general Idea now... he he Shame on you though one of my favorite place to want to go to I did a puzzle of this place and I am like attracted to its charms... Lovely place to want to go and actually go.... looks as if they have a few more buildings than the puzzle I did though... I don't like it to crowded ....

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Old Jun 25, 2010, 12:30 PM   #12
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Well I guess someone has to say it..I agree with everyone that this is a great image, but that jet trail in the sky drives me nuts, am I alone?

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That Jet trail was my first thought as well.
Even so, with or with out it, this image is
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Great photo and portrait. If it had been a tourism advertisement I'd have left the jet trail in as a subliminal hint on how to get to that wonderful place.

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Thank you so much for your kind feedback Javier and ac.smith - really appreciate that!

So here are the three shots we like best besides the one I've already posted here.

I know they are not that good, but as I said it was the first time I did this kind of shots... so please tell me what you think and, most important, what I can do better next time!

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Thank you all for taking a look
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Old Jun 26, 2010, 12:18 PM   #15
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Of the three you posted last, I kike the first two best, and the second one is very good. The third suffers the most from harsh shadows and some fill flash could have softened those up a little, making the shot more pleasing. Actually, all coud have benefitted from fill flash. But very good especially for the first time out.

At least you have a good model, who seems to have patience..
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Of the three you posted last, I kike the first two best, and the second one is very good. The third suffers the most from harsh shadows and some fill flash could have softened those up a little, making the shot more pleasing. Actually, all coud have benefitted from fill flash. But very good especially for the first time out.

At least you have a good model, who seems to have patience..
Thank you so much for commenting Bob... this was the first time I thought I REALLY need an external flash

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Very nice shot Maggo, Great exposure, color, and sharpness. And I very creative aspect for the shot and subject framing.
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That is very nice. The town almost looks like a playset.
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That is very nice. The town almost looks like a playset.

Thank you so much guys - really appreciate your comment, glad you like the shot too
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