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Copyright: Boris Potapov (bobpot9) (282)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2011-03-13
Camera: Samsung S1060
Exposure: f/4.6
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Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2011-03-13 6:17
Viewed: 2947
Points: 0
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Generally not as bad photo as dozens of others from you, the sparrow's nicely sharpened, although the composition's too centered. But now I'm quite curious after spending almost 6 years here, after posting 641 snaps when will you respect the site and the other members with writing at least one decent note, at least one comment / critique (yes, I know you already wrote one, 5 years ago) or giving normal titles to your photos. These were already said to you, not only by me, but it seems like you never react and never learn. Interesting question, and if possible please answer it: what's your aim with TrekNature? Learning? No - your current winter land / forestscapes are the same boring ones as those from 2007, and your interaction with the other users is practically nothing (a few "thank you"-s back to critiques). I took the time to check out ALL your photos and sadly saw except for a very few cases (ca. 5 from more than 600) the same boring scenarios repeated again and again, almost endlessly. Once it's OK, anyone should say "I try to help the photographer with some tips and advices" - but after some hundred poor snaps... I really shouldn't like to insult you, Boris, but I seriously think my 11 years old son with his own compact toy camera should give a lesson to you from basic photography. I'm surprised even you yourself don't get bored of sharing emptiness, or boredom, or practically nothing, for many years.

I enclose a workshop. Don't know the reason really, I know - because I see - you're not interested in learning and improving in any way at all, but at least those beginners who are may see what kind of mistake they can avoid quite easily if, before releasing the button, they imagine what they want to see on the picture.

Regards, László

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