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    Default Waking Hours.


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    veri dark, can't really see what you are trying to project..
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    is there an animal in that tree?

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    looks..like a cat..in tat tree

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    is a cat la...

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    possum.

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    Hmm...Interesting and mysterious... i also feel that it's a cat.

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    Wisp,

    Me also newbie here. I just did quick cropping to see if can put more focus on the possum, what do u think?


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    Nup, not for me. The photograph is not just about the possum but rather its enviroment as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisp View Post
    Nup, not for me. The photograph is not just about the possum but rather its enviroment as well.
    oic, may i ask what are the white patches at the lower left corner?

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    Actually those happens to be spot lights

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    Man, nobody to comment at my photograph? Lol....

    Let me put it this way:

    I think the photograph I placed sucked. It's right in my trash bin now torn into 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisp View Post
    Man, nobody to comment at my photograph? Lol....

    Let me put it this way:

    I think the photograph I placed sucked. It's right in my trash bin now torn into 2.
    NO, I find it's interesting, the animal is like waiting for the right to come out and play or hunt, to me there are no picture Suck ,it the way people look at it, different people feel differently e.g. some like coffee black some prefer coffee with milk.

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    to me the tree looks like 2 fingers u know like the move 'saw'
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    ok...i think that since you dont wish to crop it, or u wish to get the
    pict right by cropping while framing...thus u think it sucks.
    but i think, just crop off those spot lights...and it'll be a good environmental portrait
    for the possum.
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    It's not because of the spot light, but apparently it's not what I want when I looked at the pic again.

    The emotive being just isn't there.

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