Jordan XI in Sepia

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  1. Project 6

    Project 6 TPF Noob!

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    one of the first pics I took with the new cam.
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    The XI's were my favorite Jordan's.
    Get rid of the signature that you can barely read and I think it's an interesting shot.
     
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    Agreed with JMD. Take that signature out, my eye immediately went to that and it then made me mad because I have no idea what it says :lol:

    Other than that, good pic. Although something is a bit off on the left portion of the emblem. I want to say it's not entirely in focus, it's something that takes away from the pic.
     
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    I don't know what im looking at
     
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    Yea I don't do the BIG signature n e more... I learned my lesson. This was a pic from a while back before I knew better.

    Meaning you don't know what it is...or are you talking about the big watermark as well?
     
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    I like the composition. It gives "Jordan" room to jump into the frame and his general shape leads you from his foot through the body and in focus area to the blur. Nice
     

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