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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    as always, shot from a distance:

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    properly moody - I like it. Exposure is possibly a little over done but I don't know how white the white wall is!

    All in all - top photo - should be stock in most libraries.
     
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    i agree, how's this?

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    Excellent capture, great eye.

    Eric
     
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    I think I like the first better. Fab shot! Very professional indeed!
     
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    Fantastic.

    It is extremely clean, and thought provoking.
     
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    thanks eric, railman and kenshabby.

    railman - i like the first as well as my intent was to obscure the face.
     
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    May I ask how far you away you would typically take a picture like this? I'm always a bit uneasy taking photos in public. I always get the "who's the creepy guy?" look.
     
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    Love the compostion! Looks like a very bright day! Thanks for sharing yo!

    Zach :D
     
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    personally I like the 2nd one becuase it's more realistic in appearance. I understand that you wanted to obscure the face... but seeing his face give it a more human quality IMO.

    love this shot, and I'm actually going to start taking public photos this week for my photography class.... i'd love to see more :)
     
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    i shoot from an extreme distance i.e. 100+ feet. i shoot a d70 in RAW coupled with a nikkor 300mm lens which allows for tight cropping in ps. i never infringe on their space. as far as shooting people, i generally dont...im branching out a bit from my norm. these http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16994 were shot from a proper distance as well.
     
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    Neeat! :thumbup:
     

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