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    Default Re: Thru Endurance

    crop and crop, post process and process from a shot poorly taken is not the way to go, and you will not learn much from this way too.

    If the you find the subject is very interesting to you, you should go back there again, carefully study how to shoot the subject to bring out it best. Different time of the day will also make or break the picture.

    usually only news worthy pictures we will accept shot at it is...

    it is time to move on...
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post

    usually only news worthy pictures we will accept shot at it is...

    it is time to move on...
    Holdon, wait a minute, don't go first...News Worthy picture...that's it..NEWS.

    Supposing...in the water...there is a body...floating near the tree or rock. And the title change to...Body found floating around....

    All of a sudden...all the negative comment, distractive elements will become supportive, and the rojak will turn into cuisine....like magic.

    See, that's how a picture make it or break it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    Holdon, wait a minute, don't go first...News Worthy picture...that's it..NEWS.

    Supposing...in the water...there is a body...floating near the tree or rock. And the title change to...Body found floating around....

    All of a sudden...all the negative comment, distractive elements will become supportive, and the rojak will turn into cuisine....like magic.

    See, that's how a picture make it or break it.
    Got it....Thanks Bro
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