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Sitting
03/16/2006 03:38:33 AM
Sitting
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by mycelium:
composition-wise, this is less about the shoes than it is the chair and shirt.
iSmile!
03/08/2006 08:16:00 AM
iSmile!
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by smilebig4me1x:
love the "silver" teeth. unique twist and something new to see in this challenge. good luck
~~Cher~~ :o)
iSmile!
03/08/2006 05:19:28 AM
iSmile!
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by sherpet:
Nice idea...
DownTown
03/03/2006 03:58:17 PM
DownTown
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by jmsetzler:
Greetings from the Critique Club...

If you request a critique from the critique club, you should always fill out your 'Photographer's Comments' field when you submit your photo. When you don't include your own thoughts on the image, you can't really expect someone else to give their time and effort to give you a critique. It makes me think that you don't care enough about your own photo to take the time to post your thoughts on it...

I can't offer you much here because you didn't bother to fill out your camera settings. I do agree with a lot of the comments you have already received regarding exposure time and lack of sharpness in the still areas of the image. Compositionally and subjectively, I like what you are presenting, but the execution is rather poor...
Comfort Behind A Mask
03/02/2006 12:42:26 PM
Comfort Behind A Mask
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by Jono:
Lovely eyes, however it would have been nicer to be able to see the feathers a little more clearly.
Comfort Behind A Mask
03/01/2006 08:44:51 PM
Comfort Behind A Mask
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by abroken1:
Over-exposure lost the details.
Comfort Behind A Mask
03/01/2006 01:08:48 PM
Comfort Behind A Mask
03/01/2006 08:34:38 AM
Comfort Behind A Mask
03/01/2006 01:49:40 AM
DownTown
02/28/2006 07:20:29 PM
DownTown
by YourBuddyFlo

Comment by 3DsArcher:
Im guessing this was hand held. If so, I would suggest using a tripod. If you do use a tripod, then dont put it too close to the traffic. The movement of the vehicles will actually cause the tripod to move & give a blurry effect.
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