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Aug 10, 2009 16:54 |  #16
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taccca wrote in post #8429701 (external link)
no im not trying to say these are fake, i skateboard aswell and i know these arent posed, im just saying that even though thay are composed well; that from a skaters perception they are frozen a little to much and dont quite appeal to me, maybe if you got lower that would add some more action/excitment

But not really, man. Go look in mags.


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Mothafizzy wrote in post #8430166 (external link)
Ha, i feel you man, i know what your saying, i honestly think that if was about a foot or less lower and a couple feet closer on the first, it would have been a better shot, but i know what your trying to get across, it's just a hard one to explain.

And it's really just ones perspective on it; some people prefer more tight framed comps, others may be more about a looser, foreground and brackground positive photo, to each their own man. Nothing will please everyone. I get different feedback on here than Skate Perception anyday, i like the harsher critiquing though.

The comp is fine on #1, any closer would've been too tight.


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Aug 10, 2009 17:23 |  #18

very cool




  
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Aug 11, 2009 21:35 |  #19

jberg, thank you! haha, i was just leaning towards getting a little up to get the first row of bricks out the frame. I think it works alright with the photo, but i don't know, it just seems distracting to me sometime. But i just have a harsh self-criticism...


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