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E.S. Crawford Oct 26, 2005 11:52 PM

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Better? About five minutes later in the shoot.

Widowmaker Oct 26, 2005 11:56 PM

Yes I like that much better. The shoreline just vanished into the forum on the last one. Great job.

I might edit out the small are at the bottom right, which appears to be a little pool of water and it might even improve more.

E.S. Crawford Oct 27, 2005 12:03 AM

The problem I ran into with these shots was where I had to stand to keep an annoying, huge bunch of weeds that grew right to the tide line out of the picture. I was practically standing in the water when I took these. I do have access to a weed-wacker, though...

Hards80 Oct 27, 2005 12:05 AM

this looks great man... much of an improvement over the last.. i agree, clone the pool out so the shore is continuous to the corner...

nice work!

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dustin

www.hardwickphotos.com

Widowmaker Oct 27, 2005 12:07 AM

Its a great shot. This version tends to "put you there" since the shore extends down and you have a place to plant your feet ;)

Hards80 Oct 27, 2005 12:09 AM

i would have been laying there on the beach with my superwide.... at 12mm that lead in line would have been wicked..

E.S. Crawford Oct 27, 2005 1:35 AM

Thanks guy's!
One thing I hope you realize.
I gave my Rebel to my best friend (she's a way better photographer than I am) and at this time only shooting with a Kodak EasyShare 5.0 I bought for 75 bucks. Until I can afford a real camera, I'm making the best of it.
Hope you don't mind if I keep posting.

Hards80 Oct 27, 2005 1:41 AM

keep shooting man... remember a good photo can be made with any camera..

"thats not to say a bunch of equipment doesn't save your ### in certain situations...;)

E.S. Crawford Oct 27, 2005 2:00 AM

yeah. no kidding. thanks, dustin, for your always honest take on peoples artwork. i

always have a problem with telling people what i like or don't (though that's why i post

here, isn't it?). but then i realize that that's what makes us better at what we love.

right? i suppose i should get on the ball and give a few reviews of my own.


scot

Hards80 Oct 27, 2005 2:10 AM

commenting and criqiquing others works, as well as self-critiquing is a valuable learning tool.. and there is no point in commenting if you aren't going to be honest..


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