Breakdancing

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  1. Gregoryniss

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    A kid doing some break dancing at our high school Pep Assembly. Shot at ISO 1600 with my new 55-200mm VR. Some post editing work in PS and Noiseware.

    I've only been shooting for like 2 weeks, so C&C please!

    Greg
     
  2. IanRB

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    I like the first one, wow 1600 iso and still a little blur in his feet, must have been dark. The second one i think would benefit if zoomed in closer, to me the people behind him are a tad distracting. Just my opinion.
     
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    I am new to the forum but not photography, this is actually my first post. I agree with Ian that the crowd is distracting. You could try something like I did below to help keep the focus on the breaker. I hope you don't mind my adjustment. I really like the photos otherwise, great work.

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    Oh nice edit nuclearr, i think your edit really makes the dancer stand out, kind adds a better sense of stopping time.
     
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    Thanks, the real credit goes to Greg. I have used this technique on several of my own 'Oops'
     

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