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Nov 12, 2006 14:54 |  #2

shows character. the B&W works well. nice work.


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Nov 12, 2006 23:08 |  #3

Looks good, though the only thing I would do differently is have him turn his head a bit more to the camera so his nose wouldn't be "floating"...you'd have more of a 3/4 shot.




  
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Nov 13, 2006 00:58 |  #4

Great shot to me! everything about it works IMHO!

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Nov 13, 2006 01:08 |  #5

A nice shot. Along the same lines as what shoegirlie suggested: I think it's cropped a little tight for having his attention focused so far away from the camera. For something cropped so tight, I think more eye contact would be better IMO..


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Nov 13, 2006 13:35 |  #6

if you turned his head toward the camera so that his nose did not break the profile of his face I think you would get a better shot. Interesting face though, you could spend a fair bit of time taking pictures of him and trying out ideas.


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Nov 13, 2006 16:29 |  #7

as the proud owner of a nose with character, I am most satisfied when that feature dominates the image. For glamor shots, minimizing the nose as other posters suggest is OK, but nobody shoots glam of me.

current photo is great.


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Nov 13, 2006 18:35 |  #8

shoegirlie wrote in post #2254648 (external link)
Looks good, though the only thing I would do differently is have him turn his head a bit more to the camera so his nose wouldn't be "floating"...you'd have more of a 3/4 shot.

Agreed, what you are looking for is the tip of nose breaking the plan of the cheek on the other side. Try not to do that unless you are only going to show one eye.

Other than that not a bad image.

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sorry it took so long to reply =) thanks everything was helpful <3 apperciate it. Yea I was kind of feeling to have his head turned a bit more to show more of his nose. I will definitely work on that next time-hmm

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Dec 03, 2006 11:21 as a reply to  @ ABrownPhoto's post |  #10

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