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Sep 03, 2006 04:04 |  #1

People are by far my worst subject in photography.

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Sep 03, 2006 04:13 |  #2

The tree makes it a challenge, but maybe have him looking more into the camera or at least more toward the open side of the frame. I like to use a fill flash under trees just to fill in all the small shadows. Nice shot though.


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Sep 03, 2006 04:15 |  #3

Yeah you’re right, the shadows don't help. I have another I'm going to post in a min too.


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Sep 03, 2006 07:52 |  #4
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Not my cup of tea. Looks like you're going for a certain theme which may not be many people's liking.


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Sep 03, 2006 08:56 |  #5

I think the last one would have been good with a little fill


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Sep 03, 2006 09:08 |  #6

if you think it's good then its good :)
now most shots can be better i like the first shot apart from the little branch hanging down,nothing wrong with the second shot but i dont like it tilted but thats just me.
the third i think would be better without his head cut off.
lots of shots are not bad but we all have diffrent views on what we like henc my first line.
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Sep 03, 2006 09:12 |  #7

The lighting is a little harsh in these but I think the second is best. Has style.




  
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Sep 03, 2006 13:04 as a reply to  @ NewbieXT's post |  #8

NewbieXT wrote:
I think the second is best. Has style.

I agree. ;)


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Sep 03, 2006 13:09 |  #9

I like the second one, but I'm not a big fan of the tilted image effect. For the third one I don't care for the top of his head being lopped off while showing his neck and shoulders ... maybe a different crop with his face filling the frame would work better (just to the left of his ear and just under his chin).


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Sep 03, 2006 13:32 |  #10

Thanks for all the tips. I'll show my wife this post.


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