Gritty portrait with flash - c & c

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  1. Lazy Photographer

    Lazy Photographer TPF Noob!

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    Here are a couple of shots from today and Saturday for c & c.

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  2. Bitter Jeweler

    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    #3!

    :lmao: x infinity
     
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    vtf No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    If it were me
    #1 I would clone out the Nike symbol. I like though.
    #2 Is pretty cool as is.
    #3 Hmmmmm
    #4 Crop the bottom out
    But thats me
    Pretty good shots
     
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    :lol::thumbup:
     
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    Thank you everyone. I like the thought of cloning out the Nike logo. Never dawned on me.
     
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    No 3.

    Hahaha

    Well done!!

    Seriously underexposed but that may have been what you were after and it still has enough detail to get the point across.
     
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    #3 is a winner!!!
     
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    #3 is a nice social commentary photo. I like it quite a bit.
     
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    Oh.... BTW.... I like the original of #3 on your blog better. Just sayin.
     
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    #3 was my favorite out of the group, I LOVED the concept, great job!!! The subjects however are a tad on the dark side though...

    #1 was my least favorite ONLY because I see suggestive lines of photo merges. Not sure what your intentions were though...and yes the Nike logo is rather distracting.

    Otherwise good shots!
     
  11. Lazy Photographer

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    Thanks again, all. I really like #3 too. And thank you Jason for your thoughts on the other version of #3 on my blog. As for the b & w version being too dark, yes I did that on purpose in post.
     
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    3 is great, but perhaps a little kitchy/gimmicky (not in a bad way, but it is there).

    My clear favorite is 2. The color, the grunge...

    Peter
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    Tallahassee Wedding Photographers
     

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