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    Not sure if this is consider abstract or street.


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    i like the 1st one. the uncle in the mirror ... seems like another one of the framed pictures there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renegade
    i like the 1st one. the uncle in the mirror ... seems like another one of the framed pictures there.
    Wow thanks.

    Really happy for a newbie like me to receive such compliments from you! I happened to be walking past this car park opposite Far East Square where there are some small flea stalls there. And I saw this old man's reflection in the mirror and I just took it.

    I was pleasantly amazed to view the photo on my PC as I find that it evokes lots of feelings and emotions. Technicalities aside, I like it very much myself also.


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    frankly...your 1st photo would be a good one if not for the triangle formation found on the pict. i hope you can see the triangle that i see.
    cropping off a little bit off the top will make the triangle more stronger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    frankly...your 1st photo would be a good one if not for the triangle formation found on the pict. i hope you can see the triangle that i see.
    cropping off a little bit off the top will make the triangle more stronger.
    Khairi,

    Is it the top right hand corner of the mirror? I do find that a bit distracting too.

    See whether I can PS it away or not. Hee. Thanks.

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    i like the football

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbluesky
    i like the football
    Thanks.

    Very glad that someone like #1 and someone like #2.

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    Good shots!

    i liked the 2nd pic the most.

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    I like both

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    Good shots icer...

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    i like 'em both....more more!

    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Thank you so much everyone!

    Makes me feel like

    Never had so much compliments on my photos before. Does that mean that I should go into streets or abstracts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness
    works for me....
    Witness, remember you was trying to shoot the broken down gate? I saw you doing that and that is when I notice the ball inside the gate.

    So I find it a bit interesting and I took the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icer
    Thank you so much everyone!

    Makes me feel like

    Never had so much compliments on my photos before. Does that mean that I should go into streets or abstracts?
    it means u shouldn't go shoot beggars

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    Quote Originally Posted by icer
    Thank you so much everyone!

    Makes me feel like

    Never had so much compliments on my photos before. Does that mean that I should go into streets or abstracts?
    just shoot what u like 2 shoot...
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    yup both pictures have their own merits, i like both of them too. Try to do a mirror reflection series, i think it will be fun. look at reflection from everywhere, dew, raindrops, broken mirrors, you get the drift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle&Sebastain
    yup both pictures have their own merits, i like both of them too. Try to do a mirror reflection series, i think it will be fun. look at reflection from everywhere, dew, raindrops, broken mirrors, you get the drift.
    Thanks for the idea.

    Besides that, maybe can do another one for "Lost" items as well.

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