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Nov 19, 2008 12:19 |  #1

Hey guys, haven't posted here in a while... let me know what you think! C+C highly appreciated..
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Nov 19, 2008 12:50 |  #2

i think the last one would be better if the negative space was in front of the truck not behind.


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Nov 19, 2008 13:09 |  #3

1st shot is pretty tight. headlights and fogs look good.


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Nov 19, 2008 14:22 |  #4

I like the first shot, I like how the dust is showing the beams from the headlights.




  
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Nov 19, 2008 14:32 |  #5

2 foto nice :) cool foto




  
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Nov 19, 2008 16:56 |  #6

#1 is a really fantastic pic, love the reflections of the dusk in the side, showing the sculpted lines of the body! Great eye, Corzyphoto.


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Nov 19, 2008 17:07 |  #7

+1 with Rad. A good general rule is negative space in the direction the subject is moving. Either way, dead on exposure and beautiful colour.


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Nov 19, 2008 17:11 |  #8

the first works the way it is because of the sunset


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Nov 19, 2008 17:16 as a reply to  @ RadAL's post |  #9

Please oh please tell me where exactly the second location is!!!!!

Nice pictures, love the dead space in the first one, would have liked to of seen a different angle for the second one.


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Nov 19, 2008 19:45 |  #10

+1 with Rad.

Me, too. Good light, though.


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Nov 20, 2008 01:30 |  #11

Thanks guys.. I have more to edit, so I'll do that tomorrow and come back to post more. I think I have a shot of the second pics posted with the negative space in the direction of the subject, just thought I'd mix it up a little since the 1st pic has the subject in the bottom right. Thanks again! :)


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Nov 20, 2008 02:06 |  #12

Caspita wrote in post #6720743 (external link)
Please oh please tell me where exactly the second location is!!!!!

Nice pictures, love the dead space in the first one, would have liked to of seen a different angle for the second one.

It was at a construction site in a new house development. 8)


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