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Nov 9, 2013 08:14:44   #
MyPharo wrote:
I like the color better. I think the texture is too ruff . I played with the photo with a ew programs I have and here are 2 versions I hope you like .

MyPharo, I really liked your work. I will be attempting to learn your brush technique. Thanks for sharing.
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Oct 12, 2013 08:10:30   #
St3v3M wrote:
rgschini has graciously volunteered the WPC 1340 - Worldwide Photo Walk entry for critique and analysis to find out what they could have done to make it better. Be nice, but be honest as this will help everyone with their craft. Thank you rgschini and thank you everyone!

from WPC 1340 - Worldwide Photo Walk RESULTS

Technically, the background is straight and the different lighting shows depth. However, if the main subject was the couple everyone was photographing, they became lost in the photograph "story." To me, there were too many other parts of the photograph in focus rather than the distant couple if they were the subject of the shoot. If the main subject was the photograph title "Sunset Shoot", I found it difficult to relate to the photograph.

Maybe if the photographer was on the other side of the group taking the couple's picture in the sunset, with maybe just the main photographer and couple in the picture showing the sunset shadows, I think the photograph could have captured the intent of the title.
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Sep 19, 2013 17:00:35   #
Kalina54 wrote:
Here is another from the other night cropped a bit differently. To brighten or not..that is the question..thanks

Great capture. The clouds and the color are very attractive. Thanks for sharing.
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Sep 18, 2013 21:29:05   #
vicksart wrote:
If the window didn't need cleaning before, it sure does now. Take one lonely dog, add a chair, let the dog look in and jump up and down a few times to rub its nose on the glass...and voila.

Could she look any sadder?

This is our daughter's dog who is visiting while their house gets painted. When she's allowed inside...well... let's just say she marks her territory.

You've captured what looks like dog's tears from the glass in photo 1. That says it all.
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Sep 18, 2013 21:24:21   #
ncshutterbug wrote:
Absolutely a super shot of a beautiful white tiger!

Thank ncshutterbug. Easy subject to capture her beauty.
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Sep 18, 2013 20:28:09   #
I think the photo would be more natural without the vignette. The scene is an excellent capture.
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Sep 18, 2013 20:24:20   #
Great captures. Number 4 was a wow factor for me.
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Sep 18, 2013 20:24:11   #
Great captures. Number 4 was a wow factor for me.
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Sep 18, 2013 20:17:58   #
You did a great job capturing their personalities. The photographs drew me right in. Thanks for sharing them.
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Sep 18, 2013 20:15:26   #
This beauty resides in Tampa Bay's Busch Gardens. I love this park. One of my many favorite places to visit in the Tampa area. She's very photogenic.

What's there to eat?

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Sep 18, 2013 07:02:36   #
Camshy wrote:
Nice looking dog, and what a cute face. Just love it :)

Thank you all for checking out Yankee.
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Sep 18, 2013 06:54:28   #
AuntieM wrote:
Beautiful country, and great shot.

Thanks. I took a lot of pictures. We started in Denver and worked our way over to Snowmass and Aspen. It was a great experience. Perfect weather in the mountains. I was surprised at how hot it was in Denver at the time. I think it hit 100 on our last day in the city. Amazing it so warm for a mile in the air.
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Sep 18, 2013 06:50:51   #
Jolly Roger wrote:
Very nice.
Any chance of sending the original (Click on (store original)).

Original loaded. Thanks for looking

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Sep 16, 2013 19:46:41   #
I love that market. Especially the fish tossing to customers. Thanks for bringing back great memories.
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Sep 16, 2013 19:37:24   #
Great pictures. She apparently loves posing for you.
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