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Old Jan 17, 2007, 3:22 PM   #11
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its great to see you posting here. I have learnt so much on these forums and im sure you will too

Technically the first shot is very nice. very sharp where it mattters. nicely exposed and the tone is spot on. my only critique is the angle. Its a shame that the he horses mouth is hidden. maybe a higher angle to get the head details could have maybe created a better focus for the shot.

Shot 2 is very nice also. I like the tone to this shot. again nice and sharp where it matters. This shot is a lil on the over sharpened side, i think this is due to the pp then resizing. You have exposed this shot nicely considering the back lit situation.

Welldone on both



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thank you !!! i may have oversharpended that photo a bit. i never know when to stop with the PP.
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Old Jan 18, 2007, 3:29 AM   #12
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hi

its great to see you posting here. I have learnt so much on these forums and im sure you will too

Technically the first shot is very nice. very sharp where it mattters. nicely exposed and the tone is spot on. my only critique is the angle. Its a shame that the he horses mouth is hidden. maybe a higher angle to get the head details could have maybe created a better focus for the shot.

Shot 2 is very nice also. I like the tone to this shot. again nice and sharp where it matters. This shot is a lil on the over sharpened side, i think this is due to the pp then resizing. You have exposed this shot nicely considering the back lit situation.

Welldone on both



keep posting

ken
thank you !!! i may have oversharpended that photo a bit. i never know when to stop with the PP.
When you are sharpenig your shot make sure ou have the zoom set to 100% so you can see teh actual pixel sharpness.

Its makes it easier.
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