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Sep 28, 2015 21:22 |  #9991

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Nice and sharp, and good that you had a slow enough shutter speed to get the movement of the wheel, but the crop doesn't really work for me. I think it's a bit too close to the head.

6/10

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10/10. Insane picture. Definitely not going to be everyones taste, but I dig the creativity


Picture looks a little different then my edit, lost a little color it seems



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Sep 29, 2015 14:39 |  #9992

jack880 wrote in post #17725476 (external link)
Nice and sharp, and good that you had a slow enough shutter speed to get the movement of the wheel, but the crop doesn't really work for me. I think it's a bit too close to the head.

6/10

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you are crushing it.


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Sep 30, 2015 16:06 |  #9993

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you are crushing it.

Thanks a lot mate!


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Oct 01, 2015 01:48 |  #9994

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10/10. Insane picture. Definitely not going to be everyones taste, but I dig the creativity

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to me this is more of a snap shot.. could use a bit more exposure and maybe a wider crop to get more of a sense of whats happening in the game 5/10

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Oct 01, 2015 05:09 |  #9995

bartc wrote in post #17728544 (external link)
to me this is more of a snap shot.. could use a bit more exposure and maybe a wider crop to get more of a sense of whats happening in the game 5/10

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Excellent picture and processing - 9.75/10

There is one of two things I would do (my opinion) for a 10
- You have a very sharp shadow in her nose and the extremely clean lines and over all processing on the entire image. That sharp shadow in her nose leads me to see that shadow but not the perfect line of lipstick on her upper lip (i'm being very picky here). The lower lip and the upper lip curving into the lower lip is great - almost batman joker like - love it.
- So, either I would soften the line of the shadow in her nose or I would in PS try to apply lip liner to the top part of her lip to give it a sharper edged line more in matching with the rest of the picture

extremely well done


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Oct 01, 2015 21:11 |  #9996

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17728639 (external link)
Excellent picture and processing - 9.75/10

There is one of two things I would do (my opinion) for a 10
- You have a very sharp shadow in her nose and the extremely clean lines and over all processing on the entire image. That sharp shadow in her nose leads me to see that shadow but not the perfect line of lipstick on her upper lip (i'm being very picky here). The lower lip and the upper lip curving into the lower lip is great - almost batman joker like - love it.
- So, either I would soften the line of the shadow in her nose or I would in PS try to apply lip liner to the top part of her lip to give it a sharper edged line more in matching with the rest of the picture

extremely well done

thanku i will def clean that up a bit ..


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Oct 06, 2015 10:42 |  #9997

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17728639 (external link)
Excellent picture and processing - 9.75/10

There is one of two things I would do (my opinion) for a 10
- You have a very sharp shadow in her nose and the extremely clean lines and over all processing on the entire image. That sharp shadow in her nose leads me to see that shadow but not the perfect line of lipstick on her upper lip (i'm being very picky here). The lower lip and the upper lip curving into the lower lip is great - almost batman joker like - love it.
- So, either I would soften the line of the shadow in her nose or I would in PS try to apply lip liner to the top part of her lip to give it a sharper edged line more in matching with the rest of the picture

extremely well done

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Nice moment, great colours. I bet they enjoyed it :) In terms of composition I find it more suitable for this kind of shot to shoot it in a landscape mode not portrait one. Why? You have a lot of dark areas in this one and it makes not very much interesting. If you shot it lanscape like, you could have more of your beautiful bokeh in the background and the freshness of the picture and the moment would be enriched. The wall on the left is really ok and the trees behind would deserve a bigger part in your picture. 6/10 ;)

To my picture below - I know the perspective is not 100% real. That's a catch bothering me a lot. On the other hand I denied laws of physics and perspective and gave it more advertisement look - so the perspective is interesting for me. You can criticize as u wish. I take everything :)


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Oct 07, 2015 06:36 |  #9998

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Without too much analysis... I just like it. Pretty slick. 9/10.

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Very nice captured moment, that's this pictures biggest strength.
Background is very very nice too!
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Oct 07, 2015 08:58 |  #9999

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Very nice captured moment, that's this pictures biggest strength.
Background is very very nice too!
9.5/10

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awesome shots... not much to nitpick on these.. lighting is nice comps are fun only things that bugs me is the wrinkles in the background.... 9/10


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Oct 07, 2015 12:51 |  #10000

bartc wrote in post #17736283 (external link)
awesome shots... not much to nitpick on these.. lighting is nice comps are fun only things that bugs me is the wrinkles in the background.... 9/10

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first time playing the game :). What a pretty girl! Really draws you into her eye. I do wish all of her hair would have been in focus and there is fuzz going on between her face and hair. Her skin seems a little over done for my taste as her nose looks plastic. . 6/10

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Oct 07, 2015 13:40 |  #10001

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first time playing the game :). What a pretty girl! Really draws you into her eye. I do wish all of her hair would have been in focus and there is fuzz going on between her face and hair. Her skin seems a little over done for my taste as her nose looks plastic. . 6/10

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I give this a 10
- good lighting, expression, composition
- i usually wouldn't like a line going through this head like that but the symmetry works

From a cross country meet yesterday 'Bringing up the rear'

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Oct 12, 2015 13:06 as a reply to  @ fiwi's post |  #10003

Sorry, didnt rate the photo above mine. If my daughter was one of the two girls centre rear I would be more than happy. My eyes were drawn straight to them. 8/10




  
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Oct 12, 2015 13:10 |  #10004

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Sorry, didnt rate the photo above mine. If my daughter was one of the two girls centre rear I would be more than happy. My eyes were drawn straight to them. 8/10

I'm her biggest fan - even bringing up the rear - she actually finished mid pack and couldn't care in the slightest which I love.


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Oct 12, 2015 15:28 |  #10005

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Love the emotion of the photograph. Really good in b/w. Maybe I would have not cropped the older lady's hair, but the angle is difficult to work with. 8.5/10


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