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7/10 I like the composition and the choice of black and white with lots of contrast, but I think the depth of field is a little too shallow. 

 

Here's one I took in the NHM in London yesterday.

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8/10 I like the composition of the Dino and the ball thing behind and I like the subject.

 

Here's one I took yesterday morning, had to leave the house at 4am lol.

 

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I like it, especially colors of sand around rock 8/10

I don't have anything new on my flickr but will update one time, don't want to share fb :D

 

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I like it, especially colors of sand around rock 8/10

I don't have anything new on my flickr but will update one time, don't want to share fb :D

5/10, the composition can work, but the glass and the glare just ruins the pic for me. Would have been allot better if it wasn't shot through glass.

 

Here's a pic that i just developed from a roll of Kodak tri-x 400. This was my first time shooting film after quite some time. Sadly, my old canon at-1 had a light leak issue so not too many pics made it. "Scanned" the film with my t5i.

 

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Looks like it could be an official Dell background image! What lighting did you use; also any post production? Sorry but because it's Dell it only scores 1/10 - okay, I give it a 6.5/10.

 

Old photo of mine from Center Parcs, taking with my old 450D.

 

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Looks like it could be an official Dell background image! What lighting did you use; also any post production? Sorry but because it's Dell it only scores 1/10 - okay, I give it a 6.5/10.

 

Old photo of mine from Center Parcs, taking with my old 450D.

 

 

I like the monotonic background versus the brightly colored balls. The sticks and stuff at the upper area are kind of distracting though. I wonder if you could have framed it to include only the three balls at the front. Overall I'd say 6/10.

 

Here's my first attempt at star trails :)

 

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Looks like it could be an official Dell background image! What lighting did you use; also any post production? Sorry but because it's Dell it only scores 1/10 - okay, I give it a 6.5/10.

 

Old photo of mine from Center Parcs, taking with my old 450D.

 

 

 

I used a single video light in a really dark room and crushed the blacks a little in photoshop and added a slight vignette 

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I like the monotonic background versus the brightly colored balls. The sticks and stuff at the upper area are kind of distracting though. I wonder if you could have framed it to include only the three balls at the front. Overall I'd say 6/10.

 

Here's my first attempt at star trails :)

 

 

I allays like these images though they make my dizzy.  8/10 not bad for a first attempt

 

This is what I have, macro shot of an mxm modal from an old gaming laptop. Increased contrast in photoshop and dropped saturation otherwise as it was in camera. 

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Full res here: http://i.imgur.com/8j2hKlQ.jpg

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I allays like these images though they make my dizzy.  8/10 not bad for a first attempt

 

This is what I have, macro shot of an mxm modal from an old gaming laptop. Increased contrast in photoshop and dropped saturation otherwise as it was in camera. 

 

 

Full res here: http://i.imgur.com/8j2hKlQ.jpg

 

nice sharp photo 9/10 maybe try experimenting with different angles as most micro chop photos are taken from a similar angle.

 

took this looking out the back window of a moving vehicle on a trip to Nova Scotia this past summer

 

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full res here: https://flic.kr/p/wJ8Y4v

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nice sharp photo 9/10 maybe try experimenting with different angles as most micro chop photos are taken from a similar angle.

 

took this looking out the back window of a moving vehicle on a trip to Nova Scotia this past summer

 

 

 

full res here: https://flic.kr/p/wJ8Y4v

9/10, great shot. Composition is great and the colors are too even though the sky is a little bland.

 

Here's a shot i took today while on campus of a cook building.

 

24593082906_e31191982a_k.jpgbuilding split tone by Tauss ., on Flickr


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6/10 I looks to me as a garbled pic. Rly don't know where to settle my eyes. 

 

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This shot has actually been taken with the kit lens which came with my 600D.

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@r3troll 10/10 I love this macro shot. The barrel distortion and depth of field as well as the colour fringing enhances the effect of the condensation that's obviously on the window.

 

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Blue Mountains by SLYMURA, on Flickr


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On 29/01/2016 at 10:09 AM, Phage said:

@r3troll 10/10 I love this macro shot. The barrel distortion and depth of field as well as the colour fringing enhances the effect of the condensation that's obviously on the window.

 

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Blue Mountains by SLYMURA, on Flickr

6/10

 

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9/10

Composition is nice. Quality is a bit meh.

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Taken with my LG G3. Found it while browsing the Photos app so it's a compressed version , not an original.


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3 hours ago, Nineshadow said:

9/10

Composition is nice. Quality is a bit meh.

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Taken with my LG G3. Found it while browsing the Photos app so it's a compressed version , not an original.

5/10 The horizon line is angled. I personally would have taken an landscape orientation instead of portrait. There's too much 'empty' space near the top. Also, can tell its compressed. The image has a lot of grain.

 

Taken with an Sony a6000. Converted from RAW to JPG. Only modification made was cropping to cut out some power lines:

 

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Taken on 2/3/2016. Mt. San Gorgonio. This was taken facing North-West. This is the South-East face of the mountain. 


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8/10. I really like the mountains and picture is pretty much good,but those trees are bit out of line.But yes,I like it!

 

 

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6/10

The bird is too centered and the background is boring.

 

Today I visited the Henrichshütte an old steel mill which is out of order since 1987. Located in Hattingen, Germany

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6-7/10

Idk , but it just doesn't say anything to me.

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Taken with my LG G3.


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18 hours ago, Nineshadow said:

Taken with my LG G3.

10/10

 

Color is great, subject(s) are great, etc (even the composition). That awkward moment when a smartphone picture is better than those from "real" cameras. Nicely done. 

 

This one is a bit personal, and honestly isn't that great of a picture (IMO), but I just moved from where the photo was taken (Oregon) to the base of those mountains (Washington state). I have explored a bit of Oregon, but cannot wait to explore those little hills over there (here...). The picture was taken during a hike at the beginning of the year, and just now I decided to process it and upload, as the meaning is great now - and no longer an attempt at getting some nice background shot of the branches. 

 

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2 minutes ago, .spider. said:

9/10

The branches on the right are a bit too distracting.

 

The base of an old ore bunker

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I really like the constant lines through the picture made by all the entrances, kinda looks like it could be going on forever.  9/10

 

This is a quick picture I took of my monitor while being bored, been really rainy around here so getting out isn't much of an option.  Nikon D3200, 50mm f1.8 lens @ f2 ISO 400 I believe

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