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Aug 10, 2008 18:41 |  #1

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Aug 10, 2008 19:18 |  #2

I hate to throw stones. I think the 1st one lacks contrast. The rock is in focus and not the subject. The white shirt is not this guys color. You may want to another color.

I like the content. I just think things get lost like his hair in the RR track photo.


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Aug 10, 2008 19:26 |  #3

Maybe it's my monitor, but they all look overexposed to me.




  
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Aug 10, 2008 19:30 |  #4

I agree. to much white.. I try to tell my Seniors to stay away from white.. Love that last photo!!


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Aug 10, 2008 19:33 as a reply to  @ K8tilyn's post |  #5

yeah little excessive on the contrast and white's.
love the last pic as well.
is that just natural light?


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Aug 10, 2008 20:06 |  #6

Overexposed on my monitor too. nice content though.


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Aug 10, 2008 20:13 |  #7

I agree they are overexposed, the last one is really nice though!


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Aug 10, 2008 22:18 as a reply to  @ Blueskies505's post |  #8

Great Shots in terms of composition. To me, it is the combination of the young mans very light hair and light skin tone combined with the white shirt. The whole set changes so much for the better with the blue shirt. The photos following the blue shirt are great. I agree, white is not a good color for this young man. The light sensor probably overexposes the white because it is exposing for his hair color and skin tone. Excellent work though.:D




  
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Aug 10, 2008 22:22 |  #9

no, all photos were taken with a flash off camera, that's what overexposed the whites.

Everything comes out on my monitor over exposed, calibrated for my lab.

Thanks for the comments.




  
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Aug 11, 2008 00:08 |  #10

I like the last one best but that is a cool suite he has on in 7 and I think it works well in the sepia you chose. The only critic I have is he seems to have his hands in his pockets too much. Thanks for posting!


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Aug 11, 2008 00:38 |  #11

the last one is quite amazing


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Aug 11, 2008 11:23 |  #12

Is it just me or are seniors getting younger and younger every year. This kid is too young to a senior. Come to think of it, doctors get younger every year too. :)




  
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