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    <img src="http://api.photoshop.com/home_30da1d6ac961483c8542aadbb1c7772f/adobe-px-assets/055dad40ea7e499890aac9bfa9b4a34b" width="3168" height="4752"/>

    1. in what area is critique to be sought?
    anything that can comment on the pic as i am new to photography
    2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
    test my cam shutter. took at 1/8000 iso 100
    3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    under evening sun.

    pls comment more for me to improve. i will accept all comments no comment no improvements.

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    sorry 1st time post here. newbie. forgive me

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    Nice shot but what is that small speck of black slightly to the top of your shot?
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    oh thx! i also relised it when i zoomed in. not sure y also. but the spec is not on my lens. i will go clean my sensor later by blowing. hope can get rid of it thx for the comment. anyone else want to comment?

    need to improve! i will post more pics soon!

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    are u actually taking a random shot and putting it here for pple to c&c?

    imho..i think it's bad. exposure is off, wb is off..not sure what story/mood/feeling u are trying to convey. didn't look like much thought went into this photo..

    sorry for the brutal comments..but that's my personal opinion.

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    not sure whats going on with the picture. can't seem to see anything

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    Interesting image ... looks like the sun is pushing the darkness back.

    The black spec should be a bird in the distant.

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    speck might be dust.

    exposure isn't that bad, actually, but as others have mentioned, this seems like a pretty aimless shot shot for the sake of shooting something.

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