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Kathy S. Dunn
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/7/2007
 

which of our photos are looked at


I have uploaded several photos, but I do not know if any of them are being looked at or not. How will I know and get feedback on them?


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11/28/2007 12:18:56 PM

 
Todd Bennett
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/8/2004
  Hi Kathy,

There is a section called constructive critiques here in the forums section. I believe you can still get a photo or group of photos critiqued by the pro photogs from BP.

I noticed you have a photo in your gallery called Pilot's Knob and was wondering if that is Pilot Mountain, N.C.?


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11/28/2007 12:31:30 PM

 
Kathy S. Dunn
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/7/2007
  Actually that is a small knob here in Berea, KY.


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11/28/2007 2:27:34 PM

 
Todd Bennett
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/8/2004
  Ah well. It didn't look like Pilot Mountain; but, it was worth asking. I was born and raised near Pilot Mountain, N.C.


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11/28/2007 3:15:12 PM

 
Dennis Flanagan
BetterPhoto Member Since: 12/31/2005
  With a free gallery not many will see your photos since there is no way to navigate to your gallery. Other than placing your own photos in the constructive critiques section, the best thing is 1. Enter them into the daily contest. 2. the biggie, comment on others and hopefully they will return the favor. 3. find someone's whose work you admire and send them a message asking for a critique.

Good luck and have fun.


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11/28/2007 8:01:50 PM

 
Samuel Smith
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/21/2004
  welcome kathy,
boy,been here almost a month huh?
a lot of people check out recent entries,snuff test.
so at high noon that covered bridge was that radient?
if you want to shoot when you want,fine.you want to center,ok.
there is better light for your photos,ya wanna look for it?
sam


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11/28/2007 10:05:06 PM

 
Carlton Ward
BetterPhoto Member Since: 12/13/2005
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  Hi Kathy, I agree with Sam about shooting in mid day sun. It is harsh lighting. I would also remind you to be conscious of your background (like your soccer pics). The buildings and lighter colored backgrounds can be very distracting. You have some great subjects with the bridge, river and the barn, so use the tripod and get as much depth of field as possible for your landscape shots. The tripod is the easiest way to turn an ordinary pic into a spectacular one. Combine the same shots with a tripod & early morning/late evening light and you will see a dramatic difference. I also like overcast days and sometimes use a circular polarizer for my landscape pics. The tree lined photo is very nice with the colors, contrast & lines.


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11/29/2007 1:47:28 AM

 
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