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    Outline style

    [Hi
    I am interested in art photography. Here is an example of what i mean.
    Comments are most welcome.
    Thanks
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ameermakki/
    Last edited by Ameer; 7th November 2011 at 10:21 PM.

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    Re: Outline style

    You appear to have an image uploading problem there, Ameer, which often occurs.

    Have a read of this post and try again.

    HELP THREAD: How can I post images here?

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    Re: Outline style

    Ameer

    Hello and welcome to CiC.

    In order to encourage fellow members to comment on your work, maybe you could be more specific about what you would people to comment upon.

    I acknowledge that you may be seeking just some general observations. But if you were to suggest that you were asking people to comment on the composition, or the use of colour, or the style of the picture, etc., that would help them compose their responses.

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    Re: Outline style

    thanks for you help .I really appreciate that. Have a look at my work,if you like please.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ameermakki/

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    Re: Outline style

    Those images are rather different from standard photos; something along the lines of what was once called 'pop art' but nevertheless they work fine for me.

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    Hi Geoff
    Thanks for passing by and for your positive comment. I really appreciate that. Your comments are always welcome. Keep posting kinda stuff

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    Re: Outline style

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Those images are rather different from standard photos; something along the lines of what was once called 'pop art' but nevertheless they work fine for me.
    I, too, admire and appreciate people pushing out the edges of 'normal' picture-making and trying different things. I would very much welcome seeing more of these posted up for comment and criticism.

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