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    >>Promoting My Girlfriend's Photography<<

    She doesn't know, But I want to make a thread for her, she would love some input on these.

    She has a natural eye for photography I believe. She loves it but, I don't think she grasps that she has a lot of potential.



    I would appreciate your time and professional constructive input.

    I want to show this thread to her after she photography class is done, and then I want to show it to her.

    It would give her a big boost in morality.


















    Thank you.


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    well... your girlfriends photography made me log in
    to ca again....

    My english is rough and i search for "impression"..:

    "the first and immediate effect of an experience or perception upon the mind" = I LOVE IT.

    Im diggin this... its uhh.. fuckin great!

    Constructive input?.... well...
    i dont think i need to point out the compositions
    and mood of these shots, i see them as "still life's"
    carefully composed in nature.
    If its film, and the white stuff is sprinkled fixer?--
    or if its pure digital, it doesnt matter.

    This is Art, thank you..

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    These are pretty dope pics. I wish there was slightly less 'snow' effects on them though. It's tough because it's obviously a unique and subjective addition to an otherwise cool still life piece. Cool stuff none-the-less.

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    why the funky crop ratio? I guess it's ok, I'm just wondering why she chose it
    the post effect is overwhelming and it is becoming a bigger deal that the subject itself, it erases all the detail in these parts
    I'd like to see a less edited version of one of those

    my sketchbook
    friends Sketchbooks:Dile_, Stine
    my flickr go there if you want to see my photography stuff

    <mildly sarcastic remark that seems a little cutting at first read, but contains wisdom and is really rather funny>

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    To tell the truth, I don't think it's ok posting someone else's photos without the artist's knowledge and permission even if you think it's promoting and even if she's your girlfriend.

    "The reason why truth is so much stranger than fiction is that there is no requirement for it to be consistent."-Mark Twain

    gone.
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    These are really nice..They have been carefully taken,one thing that i dind't like was the extra snowy effect,is it snow or something else?

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