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    Cow My Very Hard Work :]

    This is my work I hope you will like it

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    this is my friend jamol

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    and this is dzygit

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    this is me

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    Bad Boys


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    I don`t know who it is but I think he is very funny

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    next unknown guy but he look like Jaruzelski


    and i think this is all for now :/ i don`t have enough power to finish :/ now is 4 morning

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    Cow

    next part of my very hard work

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    this is my dog Borys he is only red in this photo not for real

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    and this is a Polish desert

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    this is tulip :] from my garden
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    next flowers from my garden :]
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    and this is beautiful polish sky :]
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    old polish woman
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    3 beautiful ladies
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    no comment :]
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    ????
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    a tak za pare lat moze nawet i miesiecy bede wygladal :] bede siedzial w szpitalu psychiatrycznym ... i tak bede sobie siedzial, siedzial, siedzial ... az w koncu mnie poloza... i wtedy ...

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    Great stuff, the top three in particular.

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    red puppies!

    Awe your dog looks os happy and smiling hehe he looks so cool with red fur, maybe you should dye his hair I like the second pic aswell

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    beautifull pics you got there! hahaha

    Splendid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trismus
    Great stuff, the top three in particular.

    i strongly disagree, except the third is good in a way that hurts my brain, i'm not sure. the top two are obviously photoshop filtered to an extent where they are obviously overdone and in effect lose a lot for it.

    the last one is your best photograph, technically speaking although i would like to see it clearer. The tulip is stunning, but your photograph of it is not, you need more lighting on it (try magic hour (just after sunrise and just before sunset))

    your black and white photography has potential but needs some serious contrast sprucing, to get teh whites there whitest and the blacks there darkest.

    i keep looking at the one of you on the ladder and it's like an optical illusion... haha crazy stuff, plus the colors are really good in that one.

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    Although this set of photographs may be at best average, I see a person who enjoys his photography and is not averse to taking on a variety of subject matter, both in straight photographs, and in manipulation. As to advice, I would say, listen, learn and practise. You show great potential.

    I'm a happy chappie.
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    An interesting series, Zopetos. I like the digital image of your friend Jamol in #1.

    Your portraits of unknown people are quite good character studies but you have too great a depth of field which renders your backgrounds as very intrusive.

    Your picture of the old Polish woman on a bicylce is spoilt by being on the tilt. I assume that you were trying to give the impression of her riding uphill but unfortuately, the impression it gives is of the houses sliding down hill. Verticals really do need to be vertical.

    I love the photo of flowers from your garden. Excellent and unusual viewpoint which makes for a good composition and an excellent photograph.

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    nEXT part of my work :]

    This photos were taken by normal camera not digital :] they are not good quality but i think you will like it to :] i hope
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    this is my friend "dziki" and the photo was made on the lake Gorbacz
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    this is me - zopec skywalker :]
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    this photo was made in Czech Republic on the Barum Rally Zlin :]
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    and now question: WHAT IS THIS?? if you answer good i will get reward
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    my brother girlfriend
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    and this is my neighbour Gorilla Harry
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    last photo for now this was made on high rise roof :]
    sorry for quality but.. :]

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    Don't like them.
    Can't describe why. I just don't like the pics.

    I think i don't like the motives at all...

    Try not to shoot a pic in 1 second. Observe your target for some seconds - and then capture it.

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    Its seems like you have a good eye for would would be a good subject, but (as insane said) you might wanna take a little more time to frame the picture and take time to find a way to best capture the subject...

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    Cow mY last photos :]

    My last photos
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    photo inspired by my brother - old bicycle Ukraine i love ride on it
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    nothing special only blue sky
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    old shoe made on the old building roof
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    same roof but now without shoe
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    wave on the sky

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    First shoot is nice...
    Others are maybe nice captured, but i don't see a meaning...

    Don't forget:

    Capture good pictures is one way,
    give them a meaning another.

    I said before that it's not done, when you just capture.
    Everyone can "just" take some photos. I personally think about one Picture up to 10 minutes! It's like surfing. You are waiting for the perfekt wave - and when it comes you have only a few seconds to take it. If you miss the wave, you have lost.

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