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  1. mrsifuentes

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    Here is a recent photo shot I did with my comedian friend, Igor. We shot at the Sunset Station area in San Antonio. Any feedback would be appreciated. Taken with Nikon D40

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    Not coming up. Just go on flickr right click the image you want and save image location then on here click the mountain picture add thing and press ctrl+V and boom your good. It's also in the stickies.
     
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    Thank you, TJ. Didn't know you could do that. So I just submitted it on photobucket. It's working now.
     
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    No problem and number 1 is my favorite it has the best composition and lighting the other too look underexposed and the last is a tad over exposed but all in all well done.
     
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    Thank you, TJ. I tried to keep the photoshopping to a bare minimum. I wanted to make sure that my photographs are exposed correctly on location. A bit hard that day since it was sunny and I had no flags or diffusion. The last photo does need some tweaking. Appreciate the feedback, TJ.
     
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    i think the first shot looks great, the other 3 just looks like a homeless guy.
     
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    LMAO! He is gonna love that comment. Thanks ;)
     
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    I think the first had potential as far as lighting is concerned but the crop isnt very good imo. The last three have exposure and lighting issues.

    A simple reflector on a stand would help in this situation.
     
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    Thank you, Adam. Do you think on the first photo I should have had my subject a few feet away from the background?
     
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    Nah I like the background texture, but if he had not been wearing a black tshirt than moving him away would have been the only way to differentiate the subject from the background
     
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    I do need to study more color theory. I have noticed that I tend to blend colors that are to strong or don't create enough contrast. Thanks Adam.
     

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