A&P Lonetree

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by austincabot, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. austincabot

    austincabot New Member

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    Took this today - what do you think?

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  2. Cobber

    Cobber Wanna touch my bunny hole?

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    nice boarders :mamoru:
     
  3. heebdawg16

    heebdawg16 New Member

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    looks good :bigthumb:
     
  4. austincabot

    austincabot New Member

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    Personally, I like borders. This is the Art and Photography Section, is it not? Art is self expression and the freedom to create and have it your way. If that's the way I want my pictures, that's they way they'll be.
     
  5. mattsb2000

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  6. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    same recycled crap, different photographer.

    but anyway.... I don't like the framing (not the border) I would have rather seen you take a few steps back and shoot it in portrait orentation filling the entire frame with the tree.... the negative space on each side of the tree adds nothing to the shot.
     

  7. This is (OffTopic's) A&P.. You have to play by their rules :hsd:
     
  8. Gerbonium

    Gerbonium OT Supporter

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    cool shot but i think id like it better if the house was just more trees on the left side
     
  9. mobbarley

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    if we made the rules you'd be gone... bitch.. :ugh:
     

  10. Now what did I do in this thread or anytime recently to envoke this type of reply...?
    See this is a prime example of bad fellowship that I've been talking about... (insert antagonistic smiley here)
     
  11. mucky

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    Settle down now mobbarley. Let's not take this too far.
     
  12. mucky

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    This goes to you too with this comment.
     
  13. CornUponCob

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    Find a tree with no houses or telephone wires in the background.
     
  14. austincabot

    austincabot New Member

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    College + 18 hr. courseload + no car = limited to places within walking distance. If you want to send me a car and some gas money and a tutor I can send you some better pictures.

    No, in all honesty, I didn't even plan to catch the afterglow. I just had my camera with me at the time so I made do with what I had.
     
  15. CornUponCob

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    Well that's fine, that's how everybody learns. Now that you have an afterglow shot firmly under your belt your next step in the afterglow series is to find better subject matter.

    I'm not trying to be rude, these are the exact same steps I went through.
     
  16. XtremeDrag

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    i like it alot
     

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