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Vinni
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Nov 13, 2007 20:12 |  #1

First time I'm posting images of my own, constructive criticism is welcome. :)

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Nov 13, 2007 20:17 |  #2

#1 & #2 are fantastic - great images all around.

#3 is boring in composition and needs more exposure and contrast

#4 is showing for me.


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Nov 13, 2007 20:17 |  #3

I like 4, I find the expression really funny. How did you do 1 and 2, just high contrast and low saturation?




  
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Nov 13, 2007 20:27 |  #4

arkym wrote in post #4311011 (external link)
I like 4, I find the expression really funny. How did you do 1 and 2, just high contrast and low saturation?

Pretty much, lots of USM to boot as well. Thanks for the comments.


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Nov 14, 2007 02:20 |  #5

#4 is quite funny. Was he even reading that magazine or was it someone in the foreground (which is what I presume.)




  
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