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A "cutie" and an old yeller.

RyanB

Always on
Premium Member
Good detail and comps in these Marc, might lighten them up a smidge if it were me but they are very nice.
 

Pteranadon

Always on
Premium Member
Awesome shots Marc.
Good detail and comps in these Marc, might lighten them up a smidge if it were me but they are very nice.
Great stuff never seen these before
Thanks guys.

@RyanB I agree. Thing is...my left eye is pretty much...ehh. pupil is always dialated... legally "blind" there. Right eye gets strained.
So under magnification or looking through the viewfinder alot...my eyes bug.
So, I go home and edit. Make it so it "looks" good and easy on my eyes....less bright.
Looks good on the moniter...

Later....I see my mistakes...

I do appreciate, the critique.
 

lesthelens

Old Hand
Thanks guys.

@RyanB I agree. Thing is...my left eye is pretty much...ehh. pupil is always dialated... legally "blind" there. Right eye gets strained.
So under magnification or looking through the viewfinder alot...my eyes bug.
So, I go home and edit. Make it so it "looks" good and easy on my eyes....less bright.
Looks good on the moniter...

Later....I see my mistakes...

I do appreciate, the critique.
I feel your pain Marc i had a stroke and suffered permanent loss to some of my eyesight and i find it difficult too focusing is hard and getting the colours right in editing but i keep trying because i believe that you can come to terms with it and compensate for what you cant do with one eye just train your better one your pictures are great keep it up and good luck
 
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