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    Hai's Epic Journey - Photo edition

    Well, yeah. So I decided to start a photography sketchbook as well. Seeing as how this is a hobby that is prioritized behind drawing and painting and music, I'm not putting as much work into it that probably could have, but you know... If you don't like that, too bad. However, any and all crits are listened to and taken to heart so please do bring it on.

    So anyway, if you want an introduction head over to my other sketchbook via my sig.

    And here are some pictures:

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    This is the previous one with the cars photoshopped out
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    I think he'll be to Rome
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    Here are some more:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
    I think he'll be to Rome
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    I like the one where you removed the cars, you might want to clone out the lamp on the right too. (although Eazym wouldnt like that)
    12 and 14 are pretty cool also.
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    They look cool Anders! Nice to see you doing some other stuff. Is one's feet something every beginner does? LOL I seem to have read that somewhere.
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    10 - Nice textures

    12- Nice textures and color here! However, the blurry rope is kinda distracting; a crop would probably help.

    13- This one isn't really working for me. I think you should try to do some reshoots playing more with negative/positive space and composition.

    15 - I think this one would need a bit more contrast to make the ghostly figure and streaks stand out more.
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    Morbid:Thanks. Number 12 was for a school project, but I uplaoded the wrong one (the one I've uploaded here) and i was really nervous if that would pull my grade down because I thought the whole blurry wire thing was a bit too much. But then my teacher (who's competent), said it was ok, since he read the picture from left to right.

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    purplerose: funny you would say hat about number 12. Thats what I thought too, but my teacher and Morbid says otherwise, so i'm not so sure anymore. Guess it's a lot about personal taste though.
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    I love the last one! only thing that bothers me are the empty spaces up on the top left and top right maybe I tighter crop on the center would work better.
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    I agree with ivy about #16.
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    ivy: Hehe, I thought you would like that one. I've been keeping an eye on your exploration of form/lighting thread Yeah, I really should crop it.

    purple: Thanks.

    eazym: Yeah, that's one of my personal favorites

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    nice pics,, I especially love 20,, awsome colours.
    can't wait to see more
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    can't wait to see more
    Have I made you wait long enough yet?

    Finally, an update.

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    I think he'll be to Rome
    As is the osprey to the fish, who takes it
    By sovereignty of nature.
    SSG
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