friend - Tomaz

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  1. anel

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    we had a conversation and he kept swingin' those drum sticks so i had a go, what do u think?

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  2. anel

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    bump^^
     
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    The first one is well composed but the 2nd doesnt do much for me

    Both could probably use a bump up in exposure
     
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    The 2nd one could have been sharper, and the acne touched up, but the way his friend is framed between the drumsticks help it somewhat, no?
     
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    I find the drumsticks are very distracting. I can't stop focusing on them. Esp in the second.

    Maybe they would be good props in a full body or half body pic?
     
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    i see what you mean, i see how they are distracting in the 2nd shot... but i do thing they fit in the first one, agreed on the exposure. will keep trying with natural light, thx all =)
     
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    The way he is framed between the drumsticks is what ruins the photo.
    And, touching up the acne? Thats far too subjective to comment on.

    EDIT: Forget to mention that the drumsticks work very well in the first one. The positioning plays tricks on his face in the 2nd.
     

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