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Very nice. Seems like a nice location.

5th image is a little dark though, since he's against the light.

Dec 11, 2005 02:50

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Great shots! I love the background...the only pic that throws me off is #1 with the skyline being off-kilter - but regardless, nice shots...:)

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Dec 11, 2005 06:29

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I LOVE these shot's I am a very big martial arts fan myself but unfortunatly we don't have any school's in my area that teaches Shaolin Kungfu or Wushu
I have been practicing alot of Tai Chi though ;)

Nice work!

Dec 11, 2005 07:47

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Wonderful location to take these pictures. The early morning, (or late afternoon) light also adds to the beauty of the art-form. A couple of these shots would have benefited from a little flash-fill, but overall very nice images.

Dec 11, 2005 09:42 as a reply to DayHawk's post 1 hour earlier.

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clean shots, good poses, I like the second one the most, very pleasing flowing strong lines from the "lance" as it runs perpendicular with the leg. Nice work

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Great location. Nice work. All are good.

Dec 11, 2005 13:22

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Thanks all! DayHawk, I love martial arts, too. I used to do wushu but classes are so expensive nowadays. Here is another shot:

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Nice,. I like the composition in two the best... though you may even consider taking the top crop down so far that the horizon is not showing at all ?

I think #4 could be better if you shifted the crop so the model was more to the right.. ie: crop just to the right of his hand,.. and if possible open up the left side some more.

Great shots.

I thought Wushu was pancakes with Hoison sauce? :) ;)

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Oh! Six is awesome!
Love the Silhouette effect!

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CyberDyneSystems wrote:
I thought Wushu was pancakes with Hoison sauce? :) ;)

:lol: lol
alright i recropped them.

Dec 11, 2005 17:55 as a reply to CyberDyneSystems's post 3 hours earlier.

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MMM I like the idea and the subject matter, but not the location. Blends into the clothing.
Anyway you could do them in differnt color outfits?

Dec 11, 2005 18:19

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yeah i'll keep that in mind for next time. in some of the shots, the sword disappears into the water.

Dec 11, 2005 18:28

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Lovely, all! makes me miss my own practice.

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As Mr. Miyagi said: Wax on, Wax off, grasshopper.

Very nice shots, indeed. Great stances too.

Dec 11, 2005 18:34 as a reply to wu_wei0's post 2 minutes earlier.



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