i've been missing her


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eadwine

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titled:missing her

forgot if i posted this before.
but i did retouch it alittle. even added my name which i feel is kinda cheesy.
 

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no good ... try to position the boy to the right side .. not center
 

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hmmm that bad huh.. :(


ok what bout this one?
 

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Originally posted by eadwine
hmmm that bad huh.. :(
ya ... bad composition ...

crop does not solve the problem ... hope your future shot will not commit the same mistake :)
 

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Originally posted by megaweb


ya ... bad composition ...

crop does not solve the problem ... hope your future shot will not commit the same mistake :)
hmm so what's bad about it. can be more in detail?
 

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The top pic: Seems like the one in the pic is too heavy. The entire railing sink in the center....Lolz.....:D
 

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The rules
It’s easy to find rules about photography: “Keep the sun over your shoulder ” or “ Shoot only at sunrise and sunset” or “ Shoot only around noon” or “ Never let the horizon run through the exact center of the frame.” It’s fine to know the rules, but it’s also essential to break them. Strictly adhering to the rules may ensure mediocre photographs. Top photographers break the rules as often as they keep them. Photography should be spontaneous, alive, and exuberant. If it works visually, do it.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/media/photography/camerabag/hottips.html

hee.
 

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