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    A man, a point and shoot and his Omegas

    a few shots from a rookie with a point and shot and little post work. any feedback is appreciated:
































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    Very nice - the B&W pic rocks!

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    Impressive shots, thanks for sharing!
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    Re: A man, a point and shoot and his Omegas

    Very nice shots indeed! I could never get the handle on those point and shoot cameras, whatever I did pictures always ended up looking awfulle.
    Love the leather strap! Is that one of Shaps?

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    Good work!

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    Great shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambam View Post
    Very nice shots indeed! I could never get the handle on those point and shoot cameras, whatever I did pictures always ended up looking awfulle.
    Love the leather strap! Is that one of Shaps?
    No, not of Shap's (but will have one one day) - this one is a teddyhanna I got from Andrew (homathetes)

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    Good work!
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    Great shots!
    Thanks guys! - I see a lot of really outstanding work around and am trying to step into the (very) shallow end of the pool

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    Re: A man, a point and shoot and his Omegas

    Ha! Post work - I get it! ((look at photo #1))
    Seriously though, nice work. You are getting nice angles, not too many reflections. I like the "nature series", looks like a fun way to spend an afternoon.

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    First shot was 'too interesting and well composed' a background. Hard to explain. I love the shot BUT it slightly diminished the watch! That's the still winner for me. Then, The wrist shots.
    In fact, I'm beginning to feel that it's impossible to judge a watch's look without the wrist, a sleeve a pocket! Well done.

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    I like the BW with the glasses nice job

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