Aiyar what to do, people are always sensitive to comments on their work. Just post a "lousy photo, room for improvement" somewhere, and your day surely will brighten up with fireworks =) If it doesn't work, try "you and your photo suck"
Hi DP my friend,
I read the first page and understood about it, but the rest seemed to go off somewhere else.
Keep up your good works (both on your web site...I have visited and understood)
and your critic (though you sometimes cause to make me shudder ).
Take care and have fun in life my friend.
My farther used to say,"believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see".
Time, is an effortless construction :)
Hey Pablo ... how's going ...
... your father is a wise man ...
Life in front of me is my oysters!
anything to slam today
britney spears is one hot mess.
k i just wanna be part of this cool cyber brawl.
nyeehaw, actually not.
just wanna hop in and say
"take a chill pill y'all"
Lately, I received more criticisms from someone rather prominent from CS.
I thank this person for being open with his/hers comment. And sorry, I will continue to disappoint this person because I am not a great master in photography. I never claimed to be one, and knowing myself, I probably never going to be one. This does not means I do not have a certain eye for what I feel is esthetically pleasing, and what is a good photography.
I will use an example from this person's comments. I am like all football fans. I cannot bend the ball like Beckham, but I know where the ball should land. If Beckham bent it half a meter off, I will slam him. Does that makes me a hypocrite? I don't think so.
I also can turn a swan into an ugly duckling. Sometimes, this is by design, and more often not, and when it that happens, it happened. I am not a master.
Cie la vie
Last edited by Deadpoet; 5th July 2008 at 11:22 AM.