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    Smile ADs Photography

    Hi,

    Since this is my first post, I think an introduction would be in order. My names Armend and I'm a 19year old guy from Sweden. I've been interested in basically everything art-related for as long as I can remember, and even thought I'm not quite as good as, let's say 99,9% of this forums incredible members, it doesn't stop me from trying (hoping some of your skills will rub off). I started photography a year ago and have really fallen in love with it, so I thought I'd share a few photos with you all.

    Thank you!

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    Adiago> 5,6,7 are defontly my fave, you look to have made a good start! wellcome to the conceptart forum

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    wow, these are seriously beautiful, I love them!

    They are so rich and neat, the first three almost look like a caption out of a memory!

    I would like to see more sometime

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    All of your images are very bright and crisp. The one with your shadow in it is kind of freaky. I think because of the black and white and the innocent young child vibes.

    I would suggest trying to photograph in different kinds of light. All of your images appear to be taken in bright sunshine which creates very high contrast images. If you can find a cloudy or overcast day, try and shoot some similar pictures and see if you can spot the difference between the two. It's one more variable that you can take into account when composing and making photographs.

    Keep it up!

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    thank you all , will keep that in mind zoharroy, thanks for the tip!

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