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03/01/2012 10:51:59 PM · #1
Originally posted by littlemav:

I really love some of them, IE Wall-e on leap day that just tickled me into a big ol' giggle! Wall-e on the rocks made me want to cry, he looked so sad! Keep up the Wall-e shots your passion will lead you onward and upward to even bigger shots! (ps I also would like to see him in the old trashy world of Wall-e)


I will definitely do that!
Thanks for the feedback, everyone!! I really appreciate it.
03/01/2012 09:55:33 PM · #2
I really love some of them, IE Wall-e on leap day that just tickled me into a big ol' giggle! Wall-e on the rocks made me want to cry, he looked so sad! Keep up the Wall-e shots your passion will lead you onward and upward to even bigger shots! (ps I also would like to see him in the old trashy world of Wall-e)
03/01/2012 09:37:33 PM · #3
It's a decent set, but it's missing something. Wall-e is in human situations, acting as a stand-in for a human. I could see every one of those shot with a person instead. He should be in his own environment or seeing things from his perspective (and I'm not talking about shot from a low angle showing everything else big).
03/01/2012 09:08:16 PM · #4
Nice job Cassie...keep it up!

Dave
03/01/2012 02:58:19 PM · #5
Originally posted by MinsoPhoto:

I think those are very cool. Nice work.


Thank you, sir!
And thanks to those of you who have added me as a contact!
03/01/2012 12:19:16 PM · #6
I think those are very cool. Nice work.
03/01/2012 12:10:53 PM · #7
After shooting solely portrait photography for years, I decided that it was time to pick up my camera and start shooting outside of the business. My main passion as a collector is toys, so I thought a Wall-e 366 would be a good way to give myself a kick in the butt to get back to shooting for fun.
The series is a hit so far, but I am really craving critiques from some well trained eyes. I would really appreciate some feedback and suggestions for improvement. Thank you so much!
The series can be found here: Adventures with Wall-e
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