(SI) comments from Bob F.

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by BobF, Dec 7, 2005.

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    BobF Guest

    Here is my little opinion... no offence to anyone!

    Tom Hudson - Good but I didn't like the background clutter, and I thought the
    out of focus parts were maybe too large.

    Michael Hoffman - I would have posted this if I could! I took a very similar pic
    a while back in Toronto, but wanted something new!

    Al Denelsbeck - A very pretty shot, I guess it's the back!

    Jim Kramer - nice wood grain but may be better as a close up... or way back to
    see what the signs about!

    Bowser - nice forest, butt maybe you should have put this in Rule of Thirds...

    Paul Furman - Nice but a lot of clutter and not a lot of subject... I would like
    to see what the guys up to...

    Alan Browne - I don't know if it's my LCD monitor or what, but the exposure
    seems very dark... and I think there are too many items in the pic...

    Bob Flint - (me) - this didn't come out like I planned, I should have used wider
    angle and put light into the room, you can't see anything out the door! I hate
    flash it changes too many things... the real view was better, should have used a
    tripod and my own light... but it's a tight fit in there!

    till next time!
    BobF, Dec 7, 2005
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    Paul Furman Guest

    Thanks for the comments, I don't disagree with them.

    Ah, OK so that was supposed to be looking out into the room from under
    the sink. I couldn't tell. Flash is a bitch.
    Paul Furman, Dec 7, 2005
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    JimKramer Guest

    But that's the point - when things are viewed from the back you
    normally want to see the front.
    JimKramer, Dec 7, 2005
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    Annika1980 Guest

    Tom Hudson - Good but I didn't like the background clutter, and I thought the
    Hopefully he can re-take the pic for the next mandate, "Frontal."
    Annika1980, Dec 7, 2005
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