New photos - Feedback welcomed

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Puffdog, Mar 16, 2005.

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    Puffdog Guest

    Puffdog, Mar 16, 2005
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    Mark Guest

    http://www.jball.net/photos.htm

    Better size toward the bottom of the page. The images at the top are too
    big for web viewing.

    What film did you use in the Rail Car Photo?

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    Mark
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    Mark, Mar 16, 2005
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    When I view the larger images they auto-adjust to my browser window. But I
    will decrease the size when I get a chance.

    For the Railcar pic I used Agfa BW 400, I think. I took that in Jim Thorpe,
    PA around 10 years ago, so it was a while ago.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    surf vixen Guest

    AMAZING! beautiful colour....amazing composition!
     
    surf vixen, Mar 16, 2005
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    Mark Guest

    For the Railcar pic I used Agfa BW 400, I think. I took that in Jim
    Thorpe,
    Cool. I liked the feel of the film.
    Yeah, I've turned that off because it does injustice to the photos. Also,
    when resizing be sure to sharpen them. I believe it's important to try to
    put your best foot forward when displaying your artowrk in what ever medium.
    Sure, NP. I forgot to mention that I really like the Sail and Sunset2 (which
    appears to be a light house?). Plaza1 looks like maybe someone was tickling
    you when you took the photo.

    Couple has lots of potential and I understand your desire to get the bird in
    the image as well, but IMHO it would be more powerful if you focused on the
    people and got closer for a more detailed shot.

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    Mark
    http://www.marklauter.com

    “Hate is a special kind of love we save for people who suck."
    -Bunny Book
     
    Mark, Mar 16, 2005
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