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Country Lanes (11)
22.v1/David (42)
Thumb-up    from cottay/George (80) Send mail to this user on December 30, 2001 10:36:44 PM CST (4)

Interesting road system would look even better with increased contrast.

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Glenmont Metro at Night (10)
dwroelands/Duane (631)
Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on December 31, 2001 2:15:13 PM CST (3)

I think that this is a cool photo of something. I'm just not sure what. It might have been better just to take a picture of the building, which looks like it might be a train station. It kind of looks like the light streaks got in the way of your architectural photo. I don't have much experience with shooting light streaks, but here's what I think just off the top of my head. You can either have light streaks attached to vehicles, or you can have light streaks with...

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Glenmont Metro at Night (10)
dwroelands/Duane (631)
Thumb-up    from richs2k1/Richard (891) Send mail to this user on January 1, 2002 4:05:40 PM CST (3)

I agree with Willis. For one, it's hard to tell what the building is. I am guessing from the title that its a train station. You mention the word "metro" in the title so I'm going on that. Keeping that in mind, in this case, you need a train in the picture so you can put two and two together. Without a train it's kind of hard to imagine what the building actually is.Secondly, the motion blurs in this scene are coming from cars yet the subject is the train station. ...

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Jonah In Sunlight (28)
dwroelands/Duane (631)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rshapiro/Ryan (202) Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 8:16:06 AM CST (3)

I like the lighting and the shadows. More importantly, your son makes a great subject. This picture exudes innocence.

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Light House Walkway - Holland Michigan (14)
42.v1/Rob (138)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from dwroelands/Duane (631) Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 9:23:29 AM CST (3)

Wow! One of those shots that, upon later viewing, makes one say "I took this?" I could be wrong but it appears to me that this pic is just sliiiiiightly crooked, to the right. If you can nudge this image a quarter or a third of a degree and straighten it, you've got a calendar-quality photo. My first inclination (as a rookie) would have been to go for the panorama. Your choice of up-and-down demonstrates how that would have been a mistake. Bravo!

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Jonah In Sunlight (28)
dwroelands/Duane (631)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 1:18:02 PM CST (4)

I'm usually not a fan of baby snaps, but this one is particularly well done. The exposure is totally spot on. It's a high-contrast scene, but nothing is blown out. I like the way that the sunlight cuts across the background, and while you would expect to find obnoxious shadows or strange light patterns on the baby's head in a scene like this, there are none. Well done! If the baby's left sleeve wasn't blurred then this photo would be perfect, but even with that minor...

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Angel (1)
deyan/Deyan (5,340)
Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 1:30:53 PM CST (0)

I would have put this photo in the Recycled Art category. It's a nice angel, and you framed it nicely, but it's someone else's angel, and you haven't given us a very interesting view of it. Also, the statue has no context. It looks like a statue, but it might also be a Christmas tree ornament. Hard to tell.

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World Trade Center (407)
willis/Willis (3,428)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rshapiro/Ryan (202) Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 1:31:30 PM CST (8)

I'm speechless.

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03. Tunnel Vision (12)
trashken/Kenneth (1,755)
Thumb-up    from chanaws/Shiraz (98) Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 4:47:24 PM CST (2)

I have seen a similar peace of work in Practical Photography magazine (UK). There the photographer had mounted the camera on a tripod fastned somehow on the rear seat. That way, the whole of the dash was captured. It made an interseting composition, with dials and instruments illuminated and pin sharp (with a stopped down wide angle configuration). If you can do give this a go.

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December Afternoon Sky (5)
dwroelands/Duane (631)
Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 5:56:51 PM CST (2)

I think that your camera has let you down. The blue sky just isn't. It's not surprising since digital cameras tend to do a lousy job at reproducing blue. The only ones that I'm aware of with consistent, beautiful blues are the Canon G1 and G2. You might be able to increase the saturation of the blues this photo.

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Washinton Sq. Park Series - Patricia (25)
misterchippster/Chip (2,914)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from schlachet/Jared (40) Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 10:30:36 PM CST (3)

Of the three photos posted so far of your WS portfolio I liked this one the best(but they are all great). I think what I liked about this one is the interaction with the bike. I think it brings a little extra emotion to the shot. I like the whole series. Cant wait to see more.

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Temple Spires (7)
billjones/Bill K (10,168)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on January 2, 2002 11:38:42 PM CST (1)

Hey, this is pretty good. I like the funky colors, the nice straight lines to the left, and the black...whatever...that cuts across the bottom. Maybe you should do some more in this style and see where it leads you.

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03. Tunnel Vision (12)
trashken/Kenneth (1,755)
Thumb-up    from rshapiro/Ryan (202) Send mail to this user on January 3, 2002 9:14:42 AM CST (2)

Interesting picture. It's different. However, in the lower right hand corner, I would have cropped out the green sleeve.

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Washington Square Park Series, Richard (12)
misterchippster/Chip (2,914)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from willis/Willis (3,428) This user is a Premium Member This user is an Administrator Send mail to this user on January 3, 2002 4:36:11 PM CST (2)

This photo does a really good job at capturing Richard's personality. His look reminds me of Ian Anderson (from Jethro Tull). It's fascinating that he's homeless yet apparently has a father who has an address and who is willing to receive his mail.

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Fishing, Newcastle (6)
andyholder/Andrew (830)
Thumb-up    from chanaws/Shiraz (98) Send mail to this user on January 3, 2002 6:30:18 PM CST (4)

Its Harry Poter in '66. Captured the 60's look well .. could have been an awful lot better if sharper and the toes had not been chopped off.

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