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    A link to some outstanding images

    wouldnt I love to shoot like this....


    http://www.webdesigncore.com/2011/04...nge-your-mood/
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    Have to agree with you.

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    WOW! These are absolutely beautiful. Def shows that timing is just as important as lighting, aperature etc etc. Thanks for sharing
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    Some exceptionally good photographs in there. And, some ... other photographs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James T View Post
    Some exceptionally good photographs in there. And, some ... other photographs.
    agreed. some did nothing for me. some are simply outstanding tho!

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    Stunning photos

    I really enjoyed the link at the bottom of that page on that site to Bird Photos, some truely stunning captures there .

    Thanks Kiwi for sharing .
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    Wow X factor 9. Dont know if thats inspiring or demoralising. Probably both. Thanks Kiwi.

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    Two thoughts:

    1. Some of those images are amazing.

    2. I suck.
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    some great ones here Kiwi. Thanks for the link.
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    The one titled "The World’s Most Beautiful Skyline"....

    Consider I am originally from Hong Kong - I am quite doubt one can still take the same picture again EVER due to the heavily polluted air!!

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    I agree there's a couple of average ones, but some amazing ones too. Huge case of right place right time for a lot of them, too.

    Some of my faves were the dancing ant (###?!), the little duck scooping up out of the water, the ant clinging onto the bee hanging from a leaf, that stupid kitty on the million metre high railing, the snail on the mushroom and that shell at sunrise is one of the most brilliant sunrise pics I ever recall seeing.

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    • European Bee-eater fight: excellent shot, nothing unusual though
    • Go for it: any good bird photographer will have better ones
    • Colorado Balloon Classic – Day 2: very striking! But over-saturated
    • The Lincoln Memorial: brilliant!
    • Qué MARAVILLA MI PARAÍSO!: no idea what this means; would be so much better without the people mucking it up. Nevetheless, full marks
    • Amazing Thailand: extraordinary sceene!
    • Powder kiting: pointless
    • Central london from the sky: so what?
    • Boo!: excellent!
    • Cat: how did he do that?! Extraordinary.
    • Yorkville waterfall: waste of perfectly good electrons
    • Barn Owl eating a small white mouse: no idea why they thought this was good enough to put here
    • We could stay in this moment for the rest of our lives: no idea why they though this was good enough to not delete in-camera
    • Two captains: a family happy snap: bleaugh
    • The Desert Angel: contrived. But very striking! On balance, I really like it.
    • The World’s Most Beautiful Skyline: who are you kidding? Hasn't even got a straight horizon!
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    • Illuminate: a moderately striking effect, seems to lack emotional connection with anything in particular. Good shot but who would bother remembering it? Probably needs colour.
    • Macro Flower closeup Water drops pink: garish, very good. But our own Teitzy does even gooder ones.
    • Guess who I am: pay that
    • Sick fearless bastard: Pay this one too
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    • Peaceful Dream: too schlocky by a long, long way. The dreamy-schlock PP is way over the top. Yuk!
    • Baskeeeeett: Would probably be a great shot if I didn't completely hate basketball! Actually very weird - the juxtaposition of a natural scene with the enrtirely artificial, mostly indoor sort of basketball is eyecatching.
    • Break Dance: superb
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    • Barn Owl: good.
    • The Egret And The Sun: nope. Great concept, not quite executed right. Some of the flare distracts too much from the bird. Still good work, but doesn't ring the bell.
    • Eye Eye Captain: what is the story wityh those colours? Nope.
    • Cengkram: superb!
    • Trzyszcz piaskowy: yep, absolutely
    • Red bull: a photograph of an ordinary subject, framed in an ordinary way, which nevertheless manages to convey an enormous amount of information and feeling about that subject. This shot really works. Truly excellent!
    • Fly: good but not great
    • Blinded by the light: bit of a cliche - but who cares? Wonderful scene, perfectly captured.
    • Yippee ki-yay mother: yes. good one
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    • The Shell: weird. But good.
    • Wheelchair Racing: yes, I like it. So much more meaningful and purposeful and worthwhile than these endless petrolhead pictures you see around.
    • Cool Blue: looks unnatural - but probably only because it's from some foreign place which doesn't look like anything I ever see.
    • Shepherd: for once, needs a better title. Presumably, there is a message in all that dust - I'd be telling tales of land abuse and overgrazing, or poverty, or drought. Whart is this picture telling us? Without some words, nothing.
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    Some really beautiful shots there.
    I really liked the cave one and the sand angel one.

    The balloon one looks really familiar to me, I swear I've seen it on advertising or packaging somewhere before.

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    trust tony to critique every photos there

    of course you are right about them. some are very good, but there are some truely bland ones there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ving View Post
    trust tony to critique every photos there
    Mate, it is such a luxury not to have to be kind and thoughtful the way I am when I am critiquing a picture from someone I know!

    (OK, OK, I expect that no-one has ever noticed me being kind and thoughtful while critiquing some poor bugger's pictures here at AP, but it's not my fault if you are not observant and miss stuff. Why, I was particularly kind and thoughtful to an AP member as recently as 2009! A Tuesday, I think it was.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    Mate, it is such a luxury not to have to be kind and thoughtful the way I am when I am critiquing a picture from someone I know!

    (OK, OK, I expect that no-one has ever noticed me being kind and thoughtful while critiquing some poor bugger's pictures here at AP, but it's not my fault if you are not observant and miss stuff. Why, I was particularly kind and thoughtful to an AP member as recently as 2009! A Tuesday, I think it was.)

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    Thanks, after my day today, I needed a lift
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    I don't mean to hijack the thread, but this post that came to me via an e-newsletter has some excellent sites of photographers readers have a crush on:

    http://www.digital-photography-schoo...phy-crush-on-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by James T View Post
    Some exceptionally good photographs in there. And, some ... other photographs.


    the majority were very nice.
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