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#10475
Re:Feeling social? Pop on over :) 6 Years, 4 Months ago  
I've joined Google+ but I'm not really getting into it - how are you finding it? Granted I dont know many people on it, thats probably got something to do with it!
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#10484
Re:Feeling social? Pop on over :) 6 Years, 4 Months ago  
To be honest, we've not got into it, am in enough of a tangle with everything we're already using- but maybe that's what it's for? Not sure

In other news, looks like we're going to be moving house again, which will be a good thing if it means we don't have to deal with our current landlord any more. When we turned up, he was still here, hadn't packed, or cleaned up! Going to see a new place on Tuesday so fingers crossed
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#10510
Re:Feeling social? Pop on over :) 6 Years, 3 Months ago  
Ya know.. that reminds me that I gotta start doing that too. I have always relied on my husband to take my pics of models and stuff, and I still will no doubt, but need to take some pics of my own. Thanks for that reminder!
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#10515
Re:Feeling social? Pop on over :) 6 Years, 3 Months ago  
I hope that you don't mind my suggestion. I think that there is too much forground in this photo. I would recommend that you use the rule of thirds.

If you where to crop this photo so that there is only about 5/8 of an inch of the grass showing, which is a little bit below the top of the bush on the right hand side the image would be improved.

Doing that would be pretty close for using the rule of thirds.
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#10533
Re:Feeling social? Pop on over :) 6 Years, 2 Months ago  
That photograph needs the shrub/bush to be included it helps balance the photograph, so in my opinion it is just great.

Hope all is well at TAS.
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