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Old Jun 1, 2008, 4:19 AM   #1
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I'm sure lots wrong with this photo, open for C&C edits

whatever. It's not a landscape, just a photo of a camel:-)



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Old Jun 1, 2008, 2:23 PM   #2
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Hmm..... For starters we got a serious problem here!.............. The camel is just TOO emotionless :blah:We can't have that can we? :?Did you try jokes?

Ok, but serious...

the white stick at the left is aligned just at the corner of the trailer. That looks like the picture is copied as whole and then pasted a bit to the right.

2/3a camel and green unused space at the right. Maybe focussing on the head or taking the whole camel into the picture frame is better.

Everything is sharp..maybe a less sharp background might give this poor camel more attention

If you take a picture standing in front of it..then step a few steps to left or right, that might give the pic more enviroment for us too look at. The camel is almost filling up the picture. Feels like camel 1:1 macro pic. But I think this way the ratio camel and envioment is better...

what do you think Mr. Musket?

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Old Jun 1, 2008, 2:54 PM   #3
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Hmm..... For starters we got a serious problem here!.............. The camel is just TOO emotionless :blah:We can't have that can we? :?Did you try jokes?

Ok, but serious...

the white stick at the left is aligned just at the corner of the trailer. That looks like the picture is copied as whole and then pasted a bit to the right.

2/3a camel and green unused space at the right. Maybe focussing on the head or taking the whole camel into the picture frame is better.

Everything is sharp..maybe a less sharp background might give this poor camel more attention

If you take a picture standing in front of it..then step a few steps to left or right, that might give the pic more enviroment for us too look at. The camel is almost filling up the picture. Feels like camel 1:1 macro pic. But I think this way the ratio camel and envioment is better...

what do you think Mr. Musket?

Cw at your service (soda $3 excluding peanuts..those are extra charged.)

Did I try jokes?.....Yes but he wasn't really interested, probably thinking

'damn paparazzo!' ........thanks for the interesting feedback :-)



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Old Jun 1, 2008, 8:02 PM   #4
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hey Musket, you run off and join the circus? :blah:

re:1st shot...
I've seen one and two hump camels before but, this is the first I've seen with 6! :shock::shock::shock:

this must be the strech limousine...
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Old Jun 2, 2008, 4:49 AM   #5
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hey Musket, you run off and join the circus? :blah:

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I've seen one and two hump camels before but, this is the first I've seen with 6! :shock::shock::shock:

this must be the strech limousine...
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Old Jun 28, 2008, 5:01 PM   #6
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The camel is great but a bit over sharp. I find the background distracting so , knowing me, i would paint it out. Perhaps blurring it a bit would help...but why not try painting!
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I bet Musket is no amateur when it comes to painting. In fact he is a master I bet. He master paints from sunrise to sunset.
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Old Jun 28, 2008, 8:51 PM   #8
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Hi Musket,

I hope you are well.

Now... no2 photo is a real gem, I have seen this person before.. some where..., I just can't place the face but I'm sure it will come to me.:blah:Or perhaps its the mother-in-law who keeps coming to mind!!!:?



take care and keep them coming

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