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    And now for something different

    Maybe not really artsy but in need of critique. Comments on any of this?

    And now for something different

    And now for something different

    And now for something different
    The logging truck on the highway is a camera blur, NOT Photoshop.

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    Portrait of a pulp mill.

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    Out in the bush on a forestry tour. All the cut trees were already dead due to the mountain pine beetle that kills the trees.

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    I like the pan of the pulp mill... very nice esp the lighting. The logging truck would have been better if the truck had been in focus (not blurred) and the background had been... thats just personal preference though.

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    No replys? Very nice photography man, keep practicing is all I can say.

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    Why, it's Jesse!

    I think the logging truck looks totally fine with it not being blurred.

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    I really like the second one. The sky is lovely, and the silos almost look like two robots holding hands...

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    I really like the first two, those big machine things look like cheesy robots looking at the sky nice work id like to see more

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    i really like the last one. very nice composition.. it tells a story, which is a very important part of photography.

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    and...

    i agree with the others on the second photo. it does look like robots. it reminds me of explodingdog.com

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