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    late night rain & tiny things

    hey guys. i havent posted anything for ages, and i felt like doing something. and the last couple of days have offered some pretty awesome things to take photos of. theres plenty more than this, but i just wanted to get some out here. let me know if u want to see more, and what you think of the ones ive added.
    these first 3 were last night. it pissed down with rain.
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    hmm, so what do you think?

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    Awesome stuff, namely 2 and 4.

    Keep 'em coming!

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    ok, well heres some more.
    i cant offer any more rain pics for a while probably, i live in australia so a downpour that huge is pretty rare.
    if you guys can help me with c&c, it'd be much appreciated
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    8. (i like this one somehow)

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    12. i like this one

    13. im not so sure about this. i dont really like it, my gf does


    yeah, as i said, c&c would be great
    cheers, andre

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    reckon you guys could give me a bit of c&c?

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    Yeah you have to practically tear limbs off people to get replies around here. Anywho I'd like to start off by saying that I enjoy your pictures. You seem to have a bit of a facenation with textures which is pretty neat. Your close ups on plant life and other things provides a unique look at natural beauty and complexity. One image that stands out in my mind is the maple key, the texture in that image is visually interesting and nostalgic (reminds me of throwing them around outside). I also like the shot of the parked cars with the car zooming past with slow shudder speed on. The lighting in that one catches my eye and looks cool. Beyond your pictures just looking cool, your composition is good, but not great. You seem to have a typical format to all your photos. This being that the object is ethier centered, or its asymetrical. I'd like to see you move away from this standard approach to taking pictures. Play around with angles and levels, and have some fun with it. I wouldn't mind seeing some more slow shudder shots with cool lighting. Keep at it... I hope this helps

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    cheers man, thats exactly what i was looking for. a few things to work on. thanks man
    i'll get some more up once ive had time to take some. damn end of semester is busy

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    Firstly i must say the rain pic's have some great atmosphere to them. As far as critisism goes i have to say i think the exposure for the white flowers is lacking a little. Dificult subject like blocks colour with detail sometimes have to be a compromise, do you keep the deail and lose colour and brigtness or do you keep the detail and flatten your picture?. In this i think the flowers are a little under exposed giving a slightly bland final result, if the flowers were a little whiter i think it would be more striking, you have to sacrafice detail for the overall quality of the picture. other than that you have some great work and i'd love to see more.

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