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    some images I'd like to print huuuuge one day soon :)

    Here are some scans of images I shot on my recent trip to NYC, Netherlands and Hong Kong. I'm hoping to print these (and many others) large and do some kind exhibition soon... I shot on 3 types of film while travelling, Fuji Astia 100, Velvia 50 and Neopan 400. I found the Velvia a bit tricky with ISO50 being a bit slow for me. The Neopan was perfect for shooting quick and the results (I hope you'll agree!) were great

    New York Stock Exchange


    School Trip by Fulton Street Markets


    Taking a break in Utrect


    Amsterdam (not a canal shot!!)


    On Lan Tau Island


    Old man on Nathan Rd. (need better title!!)


    Constructive opinions appreciated
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    You might want to post these in the Critique gallery as a subscriber

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    oooohhh is that one of those threads that ya can't see unless you subscribe? :| dang, hope I dont get flamed for posting here I just like this forum cos its all film peeps and I'm becoming strongly film biased :P

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    Generally, APUG isn't such a great critique site, but insofar as it is, it generally happens in the Critique Gallery, and it is subscriber only.

    You're not using APUG's bandwidth for your images, and we don't get too many threads like this in general, so for now I won't close it, but posting images in the forums is probably just not a very effective way of asking for feedback on APUG, since that's just not the way that APUG usually operates.
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
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    ok, no worries, I guess I'm just chuffed with these images and was keen to show them off Also since I'm a fair noob when it comes to photography I never have much useful stuff to post up on APUG so I wanted to contribute a bit... uh... thats the end of my excuses
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    If you plan on doing an exhibition with all that entails in costs then you sound like a serious photographer. As a percentage of your costs compared to the benefits you may get, membership of APUG is a tiny fraction of your outlay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detune
    ok, no worries, I guess I'm just chuffed with these images and was keen to show them off Also since I'm a fair noob when it comes to photography I never have much useful stuff to post up on APUG so I wanted to contribute a bit... uh... thats the end of my excuses
    Your work is quite good, so I wouldn't worry too much about being new. I hope you do subscribe, so we can see your images in the gallery on a more regular bassi. Keep up the good work.
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    thanks roteaque, I will consider it as I quite enjoy the more professional approach of this board and its members.

    edit I've paid my sub, now just waitin for the critique part to appear...

    edit part2 ok I've got the gallery part, this thread can be deleted now
    Last edited by detune; 07-20-2006 at 04:22 PM. Click to view previous post history.



 

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