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Old Sep 3, 2010, 6:55 PM   #1
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I was trying to capture a mood, or feeling, as I looked onto my hydrangea. I thought it sorta looked like a woman, who, might, uh....be standing on a street, just out of the full effect of the street lighting, waiting for some business.....in that part of the town.



When, she spies a possibility, and, uh, decides perhaps a revealing of her wares might entice his curiosity.....


Well.....???
Should I call my doctor and suggest perhaps my meds need some fine tuning

Note to Bynx: No dude, I didn't get her number, sorry
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Old Sep 3, 2010, 8:33 PM   #2
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I was trying to capture a mood, ...
Should I call my doctor and suggest perhaps my meds need some fine tuning
I find the second shot strangely compelling...probably just me.
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Old Sep 4, 2010, 12:01 AM   #3
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Eddie ah well l what ever but damn it if you are so pro with the flowers! I bet ya got one in every port!!! I really love these flowers the colors and the memories!
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The first picture is too soft. The composition does not work for me, slightly unbalanced. The leaves under the flower are a little muddy.
The second picture is better, here you really need to work on your use of the cloning tool, the blobs of circles used to remove the stem are very obvious. but apart from that it's a good attempt.
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The first picture is too soft. The composition does not work for me, slightly unbalanced. The leaves under the flower are a little muddy.
The second picture is better, here you really need to work on your use of the cloning tool, the blobs of circles used to remove the stem are very obvious. but apart from that it's a good attempt.
U need to figger out a last name sugar.....
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Old Sep 5, 2010, 5:08 AM   #6
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shot 2 is excellent. Love the lighting
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