It Knows No Boundries...

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Mathias13, Nov 20, 2008.

  1. Mathias13

    Mathias13 TPF Noob!

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    *Boundaries haha

    C&C appreciated

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    i like the idea but i think that it needs a closer crop than it has.
     
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    a closer crop..
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    I prefer the original, the close crop lost some resolution, great shot.
     
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    I like the first shot better. It offers a more solitude feeling to me, as if they are sharing deeper thoughts.
     
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    Seems a little too centred to me and no real reason for the sepia treatment.
     
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    Hi. I liked the sepia, but thought it was a little too strong. Maybe a lighter shade. I think the brightness and contrast could be brought down, too.

    I liked the wider shot, too, because it expressed more solitude. But, the line of the fence bothered me, so I cropped it. I also lowered the brightness and subdued the man's shirt, because I thought it was attracting too much attention away from the main focus of the picture -- which for me is the playful expression they both have, which suggests the 'moment' between the two, which is always a great catch when taking pictures!

    Here's my thought on it. Like I said, I cropped it because of the fence, though I liked the wider shot better (except for that):

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    Rob
     
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    agreed althoug i know nothing about photography yet! the feel from the first one was great love the wider angle and even the sepia!
     
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    to me the fence is a little distracting but that might be part of your element. cool picture though
     

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