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Great Disabled_A 2010-11-17 13:13

Hi Rob,
another very lovely view, beautiful reflection. I like the feeling of tranquility at this place :)
I would only just add more space to the top - that is, I would not crop the sky too much. But it's just my opinion as I love the sky in general :)
Very warm, peaceful view.
best wishes,
Elena

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Old 11-17-2010, 09:18 PM
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Thanks for your honest critique. I am tired of hearing what people think I want to hear. Just tell it like it is. That's the only way we improve.

Have a good evening,

Rob
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Old 11-20-2010, 10:50 AM
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I am tired of hearing what people think I want to hear. Just tell it like it is. That's the only way we improve.
Hi Rob,
thanks so much for replying
Actually, I would never tell a lie if I didn't like something about a photo... if something looks "wrong" to me (only to me) I will say it and (if possible) suggest some options.
It doesn't mean you should follow my advice (as everyone has their own vision of the same thing), but at least you'll know my opinion
We improve by various ways:
- by analyzing/viewing others' works
- by shooting hundreds, thousands of photos and analyzing them afterwards
- by receiving critiques from others (provided they are sincere, of course)
... etc

all the best!
Elena
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