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    Question Photographer

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    It's so awesome, but... I would either crop at his waist or keep in mind to get lower and get the whole body. The half black image isn't working for me.

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    Thank you Bossy... you are right
    Silence is Gold- So keep that in reserve; Speech is Silver-so use that for day to day requirements

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    I find the entire subject way too centred, i.e. photographer and camera plus sun. I'd crop this one quite a bit, actually, also from to and left.

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    Thank you LaFoto.... You have a point there
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    LaFoto, i have attempted a new trim... this was the limit of non-centering i can do within the frame

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    Nice, I prefer the cropped version.

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    I like the photo in first post. Seems more balanced to me.
    If I were to crop it, I would remove 2 cm on the left keeping the space on the right of the photographer.

    It would be easy to you to remove the grain.
    A little bit more of saturation would also be welcome .

    Great composition
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    Actinometro is right, removing the noise is easy on this, and the extra saturation definitely helps too. Lovely image in the first place, I think...


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    nice. I also prefer the cropped version.

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    Good work Frequency

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    How about more of a portrait presentation instead of horizontal ? Even more of the bottom could go.


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    Liking this one Frequency. Nice work.
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    great pic buddy, cropped version ftw fo sho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
    Nice, I prefer the cropped version.
    Thank you tired Iron
    Silence is Gold- So keep that in reserve; Speech is Silver-so use that for day to day requirements

    Past is a broken Pot: Throw it away urgently
    Present is a Pot: Handle it gently
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