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A Woman's Work is Never Done
Shutterbugs Assignment 3
Posted by sbrando6 on June 2, 2011 Full Size|

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Reply Minraed
8:38 PM on June 9, 2011 
NO WAY! I had no idea you were Render's mom.. where is that girl anyway? Well this is exciting, it's a family affair now. Great to have you here.
Reply sylentwhysper
7:12 PM on June 6, 2011 
Your are welcome, Sbrando! :) I am glad you are taking our feedback to heart and really working with what we are saying. It is all meant to help you. I have seen nothing but improvement from you and that makes me really happy. I can also tell you are enjoying yourself immensely and that also makes me extremely excited for you. :)
Reply sbrando6
1:48 PM on June 6, 2011 
Thank you Bzanna for your critique. The little waterspots were made available via an editing tool called IrfanView. Thanks to my daughter (Rendermenow) who downloaded it for me. It is my first editing tool to ever use. I love it. Now, getting me not to OVER use it. lol
Reply sbrando6
1:40 PM on June 6, 2011 
Thanks so much for your critique on my pic. I love it. I've read it at least 20 times This one pic.saved my butt. I love to do things right. But, on here you learn a lot when you do things wrong too. Thanks Sylentwhysper.
Reply Bzanna
4:34 AM on June 6, 2011 
This is such a creative and brilliant shot! Definitely my fav out of the three :) I agree with Sy that you hit a home run with this one for it's interesting perspective and details, and I love the little water spots on the lens of the cam. Beautiful job!
Reply sylentwhysper
8:50 PM on June 5, 2011 
Now this is what I'm talking about when I say more dynamic camera angles!! You've just hit a home run with this pic. The choice of perspective here puts the viewer in a very unique place, where we would not normally be in real life, therefore giving us a whole new experience. You've captured the little details like the partially immersed hand in the water, the reflection of light on the water and the ducky on the edge is a nice touch. :)
Reply sbrando6
11:26 PM on June 4, 2011 
Thank you so much for your comment, Rendermenow. I loooooveeee the program you downloaded for me! Thank you soooo much!
Reply sbrando6
11:23 PM on June 4, 2011 
Thank you so much for your nice comment on my pic, Blaze. I loooove your pictures. They are awesome!!!
Reply Rendermenow
10:43 AM on June 4, 2011 
Reply Blaze
3:31 PM on June 2, 2011 
This is beautiful!

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