A&P Tell me what you think

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  1. OverLamer

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    Time to clean your sensor!
     
  3. OverLamer

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    Yeah noticed that
     
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    #1. meh, a little underexposed for a B&W
    #2. I like the star reflections, but WTF am I looking at?
    #3. wow, distractions abound and under exposed for a B&W
    #4. nice action shot, but com'mon...seriously? post this in OTAP?
     
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    OMG that last one is like a do or die sort of scenario. Has he ever missed?
     
  6. isaac86hatch

    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    too dark, boring and dirty
     
  7. OverLamer

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    Just wanted some criticism

    Do you only post perfect shots in this topic or something?
     
  8. OlafBeserka

    OlafBeserka girls pee pee when they see me OT Supporter

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    forgotmyname Active Member

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    I like 1.
    The 4th one is too underexposed and its too far. Needs to be closer to the subject. Also snapshots of targets in movement look better in color.

    Btw, what camera do you have?

    And also, how do you know your sensor needs cleaning?
     
  10. jared_IRL

    jared_IRL OT Supporter

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    your b&w conversion is pretty contrasy. It works in 2, not so much in1 and 3.

    #4 is hurt pretty bad by the subject being a complete silhouette.
     
  11. Smeghead

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    Too dark, too soft.
     
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    if #4 didn't cut his head in the shadow of the trees, it would be :bowdown: x11ty
    an amazing shot
     
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    Shooting at f/22?
     
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    That sensor dust is really bad.
     
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    Waaaaay underexposed
     
  16. Lol McRofles

    Lol McRofles Lollers OT Supporter

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    Random dark dust specs present in various areas of the picture.
     

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