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Great macjake 2011-02-17 21:45

Hey Paul
i'm so glad you went to Vegas, because it inspires new ideas in me for the next time i go!
great workmanship with this one, i didn't see this set-up when i was there, i guess i was thinking more wide angle shots.
this is creative, with the close up showing the small/finer details on the columns.
awesome!
cheers
craig
the lighting is great aswell, i know thats really important for you.

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Old 02-18-2011, 05:08 AM
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I read you critique about the details of the photo posted, and then when I got to the part about you saying that the lighting is really important to me......yeah Craig the lighting is really important....to me....and it sure had better be important to you too dude....and if it is NOT then I dare you to post 10 lousy poor lighting rainy BC shots of ho hum scenery of nothingness without posting any critiques for responses....Ha.....lighting thats really important....Ha yeah...
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Old 02-18-2011, 06:05 AM
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well, posting 10 lousy shots with lousy lighting would have been pretty damn easy around here lately! thats why i ventured indoors!
looking at the weather, its supposed to clear up the next little while, some days with sun, some days raining, but there does seem to be a window opening up.
any ideas of where you want to shoot?
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