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jdyke
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« on: November 27, 2003, 09:24:22 AM »
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Hi Andy
You Have some nice shots of Cumbria here, altough I would recommend a few more early and late exceursions to catch the light.  The shots where you have done this stand out from the rest of them as they add a lot more drama and character to the scene.  Have a look at people like Joe Cornish and Charlie Waite to see how light changes the scenes quite dramaticaly.
 
My only other gripe would be that some of the images seems to lack punch and are a bit grainy.  Are they from a digital camera or scanned slides/negs/prints?  

Otherwise a nice effort, keep it going.

JD
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Andy Bannister
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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2003, 09:50:07 AM »
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Hi,

I am new to digital photography and am very much learning as I go. But I have set up an online gallery of my efforts so far:

http://www.lakedistrictdesktops.com/
Free desktop wallpaper sized images of the English Lake District

Any feedback or advice would be more than welcome. Or simply enjoy the shots you like and wince at those you don't.

Thanks,

Andy
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Mark Johnson
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« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2003, 04:06:14 AM »
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Hi Andy, my tips are a) panoramics!  co-opt sheep to add foreground, c) level horizons.

Here are some of mine
http://www.markj.net/album/lakeDistrict/lakeDistrict1.htm

As you can see, we must have been following each other around the fells this year!
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