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    Totally brilliant donf. Great images, excellent blending and partial blends (a man after my own heart), love the poem, and the message it tells. Personally I could have done without the red images, took me out of the "blue mood" and I wasn't sure about the inclusion of the two people but these are only minor (and personal) niggles in an otherwise great watch.
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    I had actually forgotten that I had made this AV sequence but found it just now. Interesting that it uses the same music that I just used to make a new AV called "So cold last Night" Please let me know what you think of it by either the "comments" or "review" options. Thank you.
    Great photography of an amazing place. I liked the way the music changed pace and style for the dramatic waves section. Good use of different types of fades and pace of change, to suit the music. A couple of images not quite up to the standard of the rest, and a few snap zooms which weren't to my tastes but we all differ.
    Excellent photography of a great event. Nice fast pace to the show with appropriate music. I liked the idea of fading to a text screen to give information (pity I can't read French but that is my problem not yours). Slight overuse of the "gates" fade for my liking but the fact that a shallow depth of field was used on a lot of the images made for interesting dissolves.
    I think seeing what the "artist" is painting as the background works much better than some of the other ones you've done (like the wolf and the snowing background). I still think that it would be better if the painting was larger in the picture space (as I mentioned in one of your other ones like this) and it is a little unnatural how much area the brush covers in one go. That said it would probably be annoying to see the brush constantly moving to the pallet board all the time. We are all different but personally I wouldn't make so many sequences using the same technique like this,
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    An old AV I made about ten years ago. I think I could, and probably will, make a better job of it now. Especially the tittle slides. Please leave feedback about this, and all, my shows. Thank you.
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    An AV made from a single image, slowly forming from a blank canvas. Please leave you feedback about this piece, be as ruthless as you like - I am not a "snowflake".
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    AV of Cumbria Please let me know what you think of this show by using the "comments" feature.
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    AV of a frosty morning in Evesham
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