does this work??

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  1. Rudha

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    ok here are 2 few heavily edited pics tell me what you think if it works for you or not??

    1. i really liked how the little gap in leaves sort of frame him but i didn't have enough zoom so i had to really crop most of it.
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    2. just selective colouring
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    Thanks for viewing.
     
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    The first image is extremely contrasty. I guess it could work if the man had more detail. He is pretty dense.

    The second one had density issues also. The tree or bush is way to dense.
     
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    #1. if the guy were white, no way. (one of the few times white vs black is valid, since we're working in tones) as is, I wish he stood out more. the exact same scene with a tighter view would work better. zoom in twice as much and I think it'd work.

    #2- I hate this kind of shot. it looks so fake to me to have part color and part not. you lose a sense of what's important, good color or a good tonal range
     
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    so it doesn't work much ....when i saw the actual scene the man was lit up by sunlight but i guess by the time i got the camera the clouds shifted or something. And i couldn't zoom any longer 55 mm is the longest focal length i own. Thanks for the replies guys.
     
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    #1 kinda looks like a surveillance photo.
     
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    ^ :lol:
     
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    ^^:er:
     
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    well i just thought it was funny when altair said it looked like a surveillance photo
     
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    I am glad you laughed.
     
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    no1 looks overexposed to me.
    i dont like selective coloring ,sorry.
     

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