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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by FuryofNature, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. FuryofNature

    FuryofNature TPF Noob!

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    Tried something new with these photos. I'm trying to work with the emotion in them...in a odd way, I guess. I kind of like the way it looks. What do you think?

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    Thanks for looking.
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  2. tehbuffalo

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    In number one... the lite in the back of his head is increadibly distracting. Otherwise good.


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    yeah...I guess the light's a little weird...I like it for some reason...Kind of adds to the anxiety of the photo, for me.
     
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    #3 is a great portrait, one to be proud of.
     
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    Thanks Craw. That means a lot to me.
     
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    Is the selective color in #2 terrible? Would it be better without it?
     
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    No! I Like them all the way they are! :D Nice one.
     
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    IMO, yes. Selective color only works (for me) in very rare and specific situations. I found this out the hard way after displaying some of my work in a gallery. A few of the pieces were SC. EVERYONE thought that those were the worst images of the lot and were ONLY sub-par because of the SC. It's all subjective though....

    Again, I really like #3.
     

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