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    Arrow black roses

    hello all,im new n would like to open my photograph to comments as well as critiques.

    http://community.webshots.com/s/imag...8xvgalN_ph.jpg

    thanks alot

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    cannot access the page...try hotlinkin instead..

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    huh cannot access?

    mm..try this one...
    http://community.webshots.com/script...ecurity=xvgalN

    heh first time posting


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    Quote Originally Posted by dong
    huh cannot access?

    mm..try this one...
    http://community.webshots.com/script...ecurity=xvgalN

    heh first time posting


    Error! cannot access!

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    nice. but u know that b&w gives the moody feeling. and your roses gives me the 'death' feel. If that's ur objective then to u.

    some technical qns, is it a *colour/greyscale, *digital/neg/slide, *ps/darkroom editing? *delete where applicable

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    hmm...it's on tmax400 film..so it's pure b&w stuff there..not burned nor dodge n not psed,scanned with a flatbed

    thanks alot for ur comments! liked the way u see it as 'death' though wasn't what i was intending lah..heh

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    cool.....used a filter.....the sides look too over...

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    yep used a cir polariser wif flash..no idea why its washed out at the corners

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    hmmm....maybe its the flash....should have used a red filter instead....

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