Country boy can survive

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  1. curly

    curly TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    They seem overexposed, but they capture the mood well that way. Maybe a bit more contrast?
     
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    yea a little over exposed but very good compastion
     
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    thanks...yeah i agree a bit overexposed, but i like them
     
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    ok. so a little more contrast now. you may have seen that i've been on a roll correcting the contrast on pics in other threads

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    #1 is the best by far. It captures a cute moment. The girl is adorably cute. A shot I like to take is where the girl is giving the guy a piggy back--if it's physically possible. There are usually lots of great smiles during that pose.

    #2 has great composition as well. Great leading lines.

    As a side note, with you being from Memphis, and me from B.R., I think we both know that a true country boy doesn't wear a backwards flat bill. :mrgreen: The truck is on the money, though.
     
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    out of curiousity what lens did you take these with, interesting bokeh. also, were these film or digital?
     
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    The first one is really sweet and I like the composition and the point of view on the third one of the truck. As the others said, a little more contrast.
     
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    This was shot with film, and the lens was a Minolta MD Rokkor-X 45mm.
     
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    curly TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Haha yeah that's true. :lol: i guess i was naming the photos more for the truck combined with the black and white feel
     
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    Excuse me, but what the hell has an Country boy to do with an MC-D Shake in his hands or with an Chevytruck? It looks líke some pubertian trouble, whats more important, Love or Cars, Girl or laughing friends! From this kind of view, it comes to the ground, telling a little story, where everbody can have his own result.
    Every Picture is by its own not that impressionable, but in this collage, there is a little smell of beeing young, or the sign to me, that I am getting older. Snif. :-(
    Good compilation.
    greeting peter
     
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    nice set and the 1 st I like most.
     

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