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Mar 05, 2007 02:08 |  #1

Hey guys! This past Saturday was the first time I took my new 30D outside to do some shooting. Here's a picture of my friend walking on an abandoned train station platform.

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IMAGE: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/171/411108816_e7a3e40fc4.jpg?v=0

Any C&C would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Mar 05, 2007 02:52 |  #2

Interesting angle and composition...nice job though!

The PS'd version is cool!


He still has one more move.

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Mar 05, 2007 03:19 as a reply to  @ ABrownPhoto's post |  #3

Nice concept. Liking the photoshopped one. :)


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Mar 05, 2007 05:21 |  #4

love the ps one

care to share?




  
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Mar 05, 2007 10:33 |  #5

All I did was apply the "Dark Strokes" filter under Brush Strokes and changed the exposure a little.


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Mar 05, 2007 14:18 |  #6

I think I would like to see it cropped a little more. just above the knee and remove some of the foreground. I would like to feel a little "closer".


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Mar 06, 2007 11:19 |  #7

Thanks for the input, xandria. I was thinking about doing something like that.


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