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    Hi all,

    Just completed this series of photos from a public housing estate garden. Its part of a university module requirement project we have to take as architecture students.

    Click Here To See Series

    Harsh Comments Welcome!!

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    Good job.... I especially like the close up shots......Great composition....You have the ability for black and whites...

    Keep it up...

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    A quick look. But good work!

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    i like the close up of the snail.. but a pity that it wasnt captured fully..u missed out alittle of its ... feeler? at the left side of the photo.. and i thnk if a tighter crop on the photo of 3 guys (the white tee guy jumped off the chair), lesser space at the bottom of the photo may b impactful

    nice photos~
    juz my 2c worth..

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    thank you all

    regarding the snail pic bobian.. ahah i realised also about the feeler thing

    and a tighter crop on the 3 guys pic? yea i should hor... maybe a 6 X 6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gosu_John
    thank you all

    regarding the snail pic bobian.. ahah i realised also about the feeler thing

    and a tighter crop on the 3 guys pic? yea i should hor... maybe a 6 X 6?
    heh go try go try.. den post for us to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by r0n9
    heh go try go try.. den post for us to see
    tried working around it but doesnt seem to get a good pic outta it. seems like thats the best i can do.

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    i loved the orchid one..

    hmm not true black and white i suppose? i see red hues... sepia even..

    and.. did u try to make up for contrast by darkening the photos? editing the contrast?
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