Little crop, little PS - C&C si vous plait

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  1. Cero21

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    Took this during my buddy's football game.

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    What do you think?
     
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    Sorry but I don't like it at all. The effect is not doing it for me and your buddies head is in that guys crotch. I'm new so thats just my take on it.
     
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    definitely something to work with there as far a technique but the picture is not the right one for the job
     
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    Were these figures pasted onto a football field background? There is focus on every player, and there are absolutely no shadows anywhere, which makes them all look very flat, and as if they are all cut and pasted from other photos.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. I guess I lot of work to do but I'm always looking to improve.

    NJMAN - No the majority of players were not pasted into the background. I removed one in the corner and replaced a coach in a white shirt with one because they were distracting.

    As far as focus and lighting. That is just how the photo turned out. I didn't even notice there was no shadows until now. It was a bright and sunny day.
     

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