Human Dragon [D2X picture + fisheye]

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  1. digitalfrog

    digitalfrog TPF Noob!

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    Any feedback and constructive critic is welcome :)

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    i think the subject-the man is better to be moved to the sides a little bit
    what do u think?
    i quite like ur capture of the moment and use of the wide angle lense
    nice work
     
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    Composition is just fine if you ask me, save maybe the sliver of fire that was cut off.

    Your exposure and timing on the other hand is absolutely perfect! Awesome shot.
     
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    nice shot! very interesting/unique subject too!
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like very much how part of the stage and all that is in the background are included in the frame and the fire itself is still now blown out!

    (Other than that your "human dragon" ;) is blowing it out, :lol: )
    What a show!!!
     
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    The fisheye was a great choice for this! Love the compo :thumbup:
     
  7. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    Cool shot. I like the composition and the stage and all. Just too bad the very top of the fire is cut a tad.
    NIce one. Welcome to the forum BTW
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great shot! Lots of drama and fun use of the fisheye. I miss the top bit of flame, but that's a minor nitpick. :D
     
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    this is too much of a great capture for the composition to bother me...excellent!
    hope he didn't need the services of that fire truck standing by :mrgreen:
     
  10. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Your timing was bang on for this shot and the exposure is excellent....however I do agree that the compo would benefit had he been placed more to the right. either way it's a great shot! :D
     
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    wow - cool shot, i didn't even notice the bit of fire missing from the top, the image is so strong, my focus went to the huge fireball coming from this guys face. nice comp, love the firetruck and the stage lights too. like your title also!
     
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    wow, he must of had my cooking....

    this is just a great shot... love it.. i'm with most of the others, who cares about the sliver up top....my eyes focus on the whole subject...

    tremendous shot!!
     

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