Fire Juggler

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  1. Nagala

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    wow...very cool use of lighting.
     
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    Nice.
    Good image.
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    Very nice shot. The fire juggler himself is captured well, but the audience is a little distracting. Thats just my opinion of course.
     
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    ditto. try some various cropping and see what you end up with.


    i love the lighting. very nice timing and capture.
     
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    i disagree...i like the audience. it has a really cool coloring that makes a nice background, but i see how it could be distracting too.
     
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    Great shot, have u tried blacking out the audience just to see how it looks?
     
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    If I remember right Nagala works for a newspaper so it is probably more of photo documentary image then an arty shot so having the audience in the photo would be more appropriate.


    Excellent image in a difficult situation :thumbsup:

    Eric
     
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    like others have said, awesome use of the limited lighting.... i really like this shot!
     
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    excellent capture and use of existing light! :thumbup:
     
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    Great shot :)
     

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