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"I think this one may be my favorite, but it's close."
Ursula Rodgers
"So cute...I miss her so much!!"
Stephanie Anglemyer
"She looks like she's up to no good*^^*"
Stephanie Anglemyer
"It was fun, and I'm lucky because all trains stop where I live to change crews, so it's pretty easy to know when the gates are going to be active."
Keith Anglemyer
"Daddy's girl! Well done!"
Scott Matthew
"I really liked this one! I have a track near my house and want to try now. Thanks for the inspiration."
Scott Matthew
"Thanks, Linda. She's pretty special!"
Keith Anglemyer
"My favorite. You have some wonderful photos!"
Linda Reitz
"I might try to capture more of the sky, using the rule of one thirds?"
Daniel Chen
"#btlcritique Second sunset pic - first problem is focus. Would you focus more on the flag, the pole, or the clouds in the sunset? Second question - too much horizon, which enables me to show the tree just to the left of the flag, or should I have cropped the bottom more? Thanks in advance!"
Keith Anglemyer
"#btlcritique A couple of sunset photos taken tonight....Please help me with them. On this one, I have several questions. I added quite a bit of light to this exposure so that the cattle in the pasture could come out, but I'm sure it sacrificed some of the colors of the sunset to do so. How would you have done it? Second question - the out of focus tree frame on the right hand side - does it add anything to the photo, or is it more of a distraction? Thanks in advance for your help!!!"
Keith Anglemyer
"+Keith Anglemyer - it's a shame to have the beautiful old churches (and other architecture) affected by the modern culture - I sometimes am successful in using the healing brush and content aware in photoshop to remove them! SOMETIMES!"
Peta Warren
"Thanks, Peta! I did crop out a couple of street light poles, one on either side of the church. These beautiful churches out here often suffer from modernization!"
Keith Anglemyer
"proof it's not location, location, location - it's timing, timing, timing!
Maybe if the crop was a little less tight (depending on what the surrounds are), I like this!"
Peta Warren
"#btlcritique Caught it at just the right time to show the sunlight as a star through the bell tower window."
Keith Anglemyer
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