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Old May 6, 2005, 10:23 AM   #11
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Very nice. This one has...as Frank suggests, captured a glimpse of personality and character. The most important objectives have been suitably achieved. Now the technical details can be improved upon with some constructive scrutiny, and intelligent application. The shadow on the face doesn't have a high level contrast, and while it can be seen, and improved, it shouldn't send you into spasm. Far more appealing to capture this man's kind eyes, and natural epression, (you have done that) here...even tho you may not have had the most pristine conditions. The most useful advice (IMO) would be to examine these comments related toyour post, decide which ones are relevant, then put that camera back to work. Digital is second to none in that regard, once you have the equipment it is practically expense free to use, and start honing your skills. Thanks, best regards,

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Old May 6, 2005, 11:04 PM   #12
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Thanks for your advice, KennethD.

What you said is extremely right. With digital cameras practisingcosts nothing. Take as many photos as I want and "develop" them instantly....

And forums like this are such wonderful places to learn and share...

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