How would you edit these?

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  1. Forest Power Ranger

    Forest Power Ranger TPF Noob!

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    What would you do to these to make them better? Cropping suggestions? Anything? :confused:

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I wouldn't really do much to these!
    Cropping would mean you'd need to take out the third person in the background. Which no longer works as easily for the second photo as it would for the first - though taking a second look at the first suggests that cropping him out would already clip into the falling person's fingers. No, actually, I'd leave these as they are.
     
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    The first photo looks great the way it is. It shows the action,and some context for the action. One could, I suppose, crop off a small amount of the left hand side of the top photo, eliminating the two people in the upper left hand corner.
     
  4. Forest Power Ranger

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    Thanks for the suggestions!
     
  5. R.D.

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    well, either way... he is safe.. catcher should have been more aware and left the ball in the glove.. would have showed that snapshot to the ump.. lol
     
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    I think they're fine as is. I love the dirt kicked up.

    I wonder what the ump called. Was he safe, or out?
     
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    Ouch - slide in shorts. I've done that. You should get a shot of the resulting raspberry!

    I'm with the others, leave as it. Great actions shot!
     
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    White balance.
     

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