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Comments by salparadise (6)


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4 out of 5 stars Lollipopchic, I don't currently have a larger pic. I would need to rescan it to post it larger since I did a sloppy job the first time and there is some dust that shows up at higher resolutions. I gave away my only print already, but as soon as I get more I could E-mail you a bigger one if you are interested.

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4 out of 5 stars Thanks for all the comments and requests; I'm glad that you all are enjoying the shot. I'm getting more prints back on Monday so will rescan and repost by Tuesday night.

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4 out of 5 stars Oops! I asked the lady at the photo lab for duplicates of "#8" and then gave her the wrong set of negatives. I will try again and keep you posted. Sorry for the delay.

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4 out of 5 stars I agree. First of all, where is Hald dome? Second of all, the first print was better. I went to three different places to try to get it reprinted and got three totally different photos. Just today I processed my first role of slides (Velvia) and I don't think that I will be going back to prints. Anyone know of a good slide scanner?

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Great photo, but I give one more vote for croppping. It hurts to crop out such great clouds, but they detract a bit from the magnitude of the moutain. If you follow the rule of thirds and crop just under the small cloud on the upper right, then you will have a nice border of whispy clouds along the top to frame it in. Look at it that way in your browser, it gives the moutain the attention that it deserves. Great colors, by the way, did you use a 1a filter?

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Sorry, I've always thought that the purpose of the photography ratings was to rate photographs, not the subjects of the photograph. If I were to honestly critique this photograph I would say something like: I like the lighting on the subject, but I find the background very distracting. Is that a turkey leg cooking in the microwave? Also, I am afraid that the dizzying tilt of the camera when the photo was taken makes the shot look very amateurish. Seriously though, if photos of our signifigant others are going to be gracing the pages of rockclimbing.com, let's at least make them good photos of our significant others. Yeah?