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    C&C welcome
    taken on a one day trip to Batam










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    The first 3 are great shots.

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    woot i like #1 and #3..!! especially #1.. intense colours..

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    solid!

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    thx

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    i like the 3rd one
    Nice!

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    I like the concept of #1 and #3. However, personally, for #1, i would prefer the red to be more robust and also, cover more of the right side to give a more balanced display of the patterns.
    As for #3, hmm, personally would prefer the focus to be on the red end of the joss sticks. Just my 2 cents la. But overall, its a good attempt!

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    thks!
    yapster: yes i guess shud have increased DOF or focus on the point nearer to u.

    i guess the BWs dun work?

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    Hmm, the composition a bit too many things to see for #2 in my view

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    nice capture..... well done ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yapster View Post
    Hmm, the composition a bit too many things to see for #2 in my view
    oh ok thks...
    so no isolation of center of interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob117 View Post
    oh ok thks...
    so no isolation of center of interest.
    Haha, just my view la. You should collect more views and see which type of composition suits you more. I may be wrong.

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    some one told me it was all grey stuff no contrast thus boring.
    so i guess bad colour and composition so its no gd

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    at first glance, #1 is my fav but my eyes wander around.

    i can't really find a spot that draw me in.
    rgds,
    dawson

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    love em all, but my favourite's the first one. At first glance it looked like a flower macro shot.
    Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob117 View Post
    some one told me it was all grey stuff no contrast thus boring.
    so i guess bad colour and composition so its no gd
    I guess there's a certain amount of rescue work you can do with #2. You can work on the contrast, but it still lacks a main subject of interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawson View Post
    at first glance, #1 is my fav but my eyes wander around.

    i can't really find a spot that draw me in.
    yea i guess. after looking at it a few times. erm.. like u said nth to draw the viewer in.
    like cannot make out what is it at first.


    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    I guess there's a certain amount of rescue work you can do with #2. You can work on the contrast, but it still lacks a main subject of interest.
    yea can tone up the contrast. but still center of interest is unclear
    Last edited by noob117; 7th November 2007 at 09:23 AM.

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    Love the #3 pic.

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