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sokolovic

3/23/2012 9:58:42 PM
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New Photos

I was wondering if folks could let me know what they think of my newer photos?  
 
http://sokolovic1987.deviantart.com/  
 
Especially pay attention to the stuff posted up within the last two weeks.  
 
Anyone willing to "watch" me on that site too is very appreciated.  
 
Also any other artists needing a little extra exposure why not post a link to where you display your stuff. I would love to see what other people are up to as well.

 
 
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Silentis

3/23/2012 10:31:26 PM
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I'll take a look right now.  
 
I have a deviantart account but everything is older then a year. Anyways, it's www.kitsumiti.deviantart.com

sokolovic

3/23/2012 11:00:51 PM
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So thoughts on them?

leeway

3/23/2012 11:04:24 PM
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reminds me of my daughters photos that is said in the best possible way....didn't mean to make it sound childish as my daughter has talent  
 
Edited by leeway, 2012-03-23 23:06:21

sokolovic

3/24/2012 12:03:13 AM
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Well I hope she is older than say.....7 cause that would be a blow to the ego.

leeway

3/24/2012 12:30:08 AM
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sokolovic

don't worry...she is

Ain't that nice

3/24/2012 5:50:26 AM
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Nice Pics!

Nature shots are cool, You might want to diversify and catch some of the local culture or strange events that happen out of the blue!

sokolovic

3/24/2012 9:07:57 AM
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7of10 said "Nature shots are cool, You might want to diversify and catch some of the local culture or strange events that happen out of the blue! "

Problem with diversity is Jack of all trades, master of none scenario. Once I get what I do do down I'll start photographing people in public. It feels strange being a guy and walking up to random strangers "Hey I like the way you look, can I snap a few shots?" If you know what I'm getting at.

Silentis

3/24/2012 9:18:16 AM
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I like how you use the slow shutter speed for the bridge shot. I think these are very well taken photos, and the use of the camera is great.

sokolovic

3/24/2012 9:39:33 AM
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Thanks, Anyone else wish to put their "portfolio" up? I know there are a few pro quality amateurs on here somewhere.

Blacksash

3/24/2012 2:36:02 PM
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Nov 2011
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Keep shooting...

And shoot anything that catches your eye!  
 
 
You seem to have a curious nature and a subtle sense of humour that shows in your photos.  
 
I'd highly recommend taking the photography courses at ACC, they're great for anyone.  
 
Shoot in all sorts of conditions, and keep a record of the settings and results until you feel that you know your camera completely.  
 
(I'm still learning what my little point-and-shoot digital can do. I loved my film camera, and could do really cool stuff with it. Can't afford a digital camera that will do the same things....)  
 
I'll PM you with a link to my Facebook page, where I have some of my pictures....

slurpeegirl

3/24/2012 6:28:21 PM
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locked in monster

very cool

sokolovic

3/24/2012 9:15:53 PM
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Elise, I like that photo of the grassland all warm and yellow but directly above is a cold dark cloud. Very cool.  
 
And thanks slurpeegirl and Blacksash for the comments . Much appreciated.

sokolovic

3/26/2012 9:00:04 PM
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I have even more new photos taken just today at the zoo in Winnipeg (see top post for link).  
 
Also fyi to anyone thinking of going in, I wouldn't. Almost the whole zoo is under construction and it will be great when its done. But for now its almost a waste of time


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