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    Please criticise me in order for me to be better. TQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warder
    Please criticise me in order for me to be better. TQ
    The picture is very contrasty, to the point where it stabs my eyes. Probably as a consequence of the harsh contrast, brighter areas (like the backs of the flamingoes) are burned out.

    If this is the result of postprocessing, I would suggest to be a bit more conservative and not go overboard. If this is straight from the camera, there's probably a setting to lower the contrast.
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    Ah, I see some oversharpening here. Typical leica lens look, those very pronounced edges, which is nice in a way. But I agree here, too contrasty and 2 much oversharpening. Not too nice on the eyes, sometimes adding a little water in front of the mingos can improve the composition too.
    Last edited by dennisc; 28th August 2005 at 12:00 AM.

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    Thanks for the comments guys.

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