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Naveed Ulfat Khan
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/20/2005

hey people please see my gallery and comment.,....

hey people please see my gallery and comment I need to learn and for that your constructive critique is what I need the most.....

thanks......and can you help me find the pic which I can put in contest having greater chances to win....

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12/16/2005 6:24:49 PM

Katrina McMeans
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/9/2005
  I had a look and left a few comments. I think that the onbe I would enter was the one with the arches, I think you called it 'loneliness' or something like that. I didn't look at your entire gallery on account of it being so big, but I like your work so far! Keep it up! ; )

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12/17/2005 3:34:25 PM

Samuel Smith
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/21/2004
  well I didn't respond because it was so and pictures.poor lighting,soft or slightly out of focus.but you seem to have a knack for are doing yourself a disservice by taking your pictures at mid-day,harsh light.shadows and light play a big part in decent's not the # of photos it's more of a reality of what you've learned.i only made it to page three.
i have never done b/w or sepia because I still have issues with lighting and problem!
your arches and entrances could well be keepers if you would only look for better light and shadows I think in the late evening.
most are overexposed.
might be a little harsh,sam

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12/17/2005 5:40:39 PM

Brendan Knell
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/17/2005
  I commented on some of the photo discussions. In your Bio, you say that you're saving up for a Website to display more photos, but I agree with sam when he says that it's not about the number of photos, but the quality. Some of the photos are quite out of focus and really grainy. So instead of getting a website, I would say that you would benifit more out of getting a better camera(a DSLR or at least a better P&S with manual controls). When someone's filled up an entire premium gallery (about 300 photos) I also usually only look at the first page or two. So I would find your best and put them on the first and second page. I think that one ot the reasons that some of your photos are somewhat out of focus is that your camera(and I may be mistaken) doesn't have manual controls. When I upgraded from the HP 720(a fully automatic camera) to the Sony F828(a like-DSLR with manual controls), the quality of my photos really improved.

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12/17/2005 6:14:52 PM

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