Aaron the Mediocre

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by JEazy, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. JEazy

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    Just a quick snap of a friend for his myspace. Comments?
     
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    I like your photos, JEazy, because you always take a very interesting spin on things, and arent afraid to break the "rules"
    I really like this one, but cant really put my finger on why. Nice snap, though :)
     
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    Nice picture, and use of the rule of thirds. Im gonna have to say though, lose the vans and the hoody... =).
    Good shot though.
     
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    What?? Lose the Vans??? Those Are tight! I'd say lose the wood panelling! Great shot lot's of attitude. I feel it.
     
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    thanks alot for the comments. this is a photo i used to practice getting the effect i wanted using a slow shutterspeed.
     
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    I like it a lot! good job!
     
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    My only nitpick is that I think his skin has a bit too much red in it. But, I like the composition and the wood paneling and the outlet and everything. It's cool:)
     

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