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Feb 14, 2012 11:20:53   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
I took these Sunday evening and would like to have a critique please. Thanks!







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Feb 14, 2012 14:41:16   #
asnead72 Loc: Florida-now; Oregon in 6 mos!
 
Beautiful, but looks too dark...can you brighten up a bit and add a bit more sharpness?

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Feb 14, 2012 14:53:12   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
i tried in PSE8 but it got grainey..., i am new to all of this and probably don't know what im doing.



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Feb 14, 2012 14:55:35   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
second try different pic



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Feb 14, 2012 14:57:25   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
third time charme, different shot



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Feb 14, 2012 15:17:29   #
Erv Loc: Medina Ohio
 
Yep I like those better. If you could have gotten there a little earlier to get the reflection in the water would have been great.
Erv

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Feb 14, 2012 17:29:26   #
docrob Loc: Durango, Colorado
 
medenni wrote:
I took these Sunday evening and would like to have a critique please. Thanks!


way underexposed - these are lessons - learn and toss em.

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Feb 14, 2012 17:30:36   #
English_Wolf Loc: Near Pensacola, FL
 
Not a C&C forum here.

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Feb 14, 2012 18:08:35   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
English_Wolf wrote:
Not a C&C forum here.


C&c?

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Feb 14, 2012 18:09:02   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
docrob wrote:
medenni wrote:
I took these Sunday evening and would like to have a critique please. Thanks!


way underexposed - these are lessons - learn and toss em.


Thank you, appreciate you honesty

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Feb 15, 2012 01:00:14   #
Bobber Loc: Fredericksburg, Texas
 
medenni wrote:
English_Wolf wrote:
Not a C&C forum here.


C&c?


The Wolf bites truely - - - Quoting the rules,

"When posting in the Photo Analysis section, you must:
- Ask a specific question about fixing something particular you don't like about your photo. (Help with retaking the shot or with post-production techniques.)
or
- Post a "mini-tutorial" describing a technique you used to achieve something specific in the photo. (Teach others about framing, lighting, post-processing, etc.)

All other picture posts, such as asking for general critique of some photo, should be placed in the Photo Gallery section. So questions like "What can I do to make this photo better?" should be placed in the Photo Gallery, not in Photo Analysis.
"

But, the error does not create great earthquakes and Tsunamis. just a word to the wise.

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Feb 15, 2012 01:25:11   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
Bobber wrote:
medenni wrote:
English_Wolf wrote:
Not a C&C forum here.


C&c?


The Wolf bites truely - - - Quoting the rules,

"When posting in the Photo Analysis section, you must:
- Ask a specific question about fixing something particular you don't like about your photo. (Help with retaking the shot or with post-production techniques.)
or
- Post a "mini-tutorial" describing a technique you used to achieve something specific in the photo. (Teach others about framing, lighting, post-processing, etc.)

All other picture posts, such as asking for general critique of some photo, should be placed in the Photo Gallery section. So questions like "What can I do to make this photo better?" should be placed in the Photo Gallery, not in Photo Analysis.
"

But, the error does not create great earthquakes and Tsunamis. just a word to the wise.
quote=medenni quote=English_Wolf Not a C&C f... (show quote)


I'm sorry, thank you

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Feb 15, 2012 01:33:20   #
Bobber Loc: Fredericksburg, Texas
 
medenni wrote:


I'm sorry, thank you


You needn't be to sorry. It is a common enough error. This playground encourages enthusiasms that tend to overlook the inherent bureaucracy. The overwhelming penalty is just to have the topic moved into another category by Admin.

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Feb 15, 2012 07:15:31   #
medenni Loc: Kentucky
 
Bobber wrote:
medenni wrote:


I'm sorry, thank you


You needn't be to sorry. It is a common enough error. This playground encourages enthusiasms that tend to overlook the inherent bureaucracy. The overwhelming penalty is just to have the topic moved into another category by Admin.


LOL, Thanks! I'm enjoying the learning experience, who said you can't teach an old dog?

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Feb 15, 2012 10:12:56   #
DennisK Loc: Pickle City,Illinois
 
medenni wrote:
Bobber wrote:
medenni wrote:


I'm sorry, thank you


You needn't be to sorry. It is a common enough error. This playground encourages enthusiasms that tend to overlook the inherent bureaucracy. The overwhelming penalty is just to have the topic moved into another category by Admin.


LOL, Thanks! I'm enjoying the learning experience, who said you can't teach an old dog?


Anyways,did you play with the "fill light"?

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