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Oct 21, 2008 08:51 |  #1

A lot of post processing has gone into this. Tell me what you think.

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Oct 21, 2008 09:49 |  #2

I think it plays well. Normal photographs I don't like overprocessed, but for this it works because that's what you are going for.

Car looks good, and the general treatment of the image all mixes well. The guys face might be a little too edited. I like to see detail, and this has lost some.

Nice work.


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Oct 21, 2008 10:33 |  #3

As was said above and can add that I don't care for the wires.


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Oct 21, 2008 10:38 |  #4

I like it. I think the PP style works well for this composition. Normally I hate those power lines in a photo. But, they intersect well at both the man and the car, drawing you in. I must agree with Shibby, his face looks soft compare to the sharpness of his jacket.


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