my best of 2008

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  1. acaifoto

    acaifoto TPF Noob!

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    WOW, these are really good. The lighting is quite excellent.
     
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    These are really amazing and creative. Well done!
     
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    Some of the most amazing work I've ever seen.. Are you an artist employed by Sony?
     
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    Not to my taste, but outstanding work!
     
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    Great work! The second shot is my favorite - tack sharp, great dramatic lighting with plenty of tonal range, awesome detail on the subjects skin, fantastic light - looks almost Platon-like. One umbrella or softbox above the camera, directly in front and above the subject?
     
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    Aye-non Oh-non Imus TPF Noob!

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    Since you didn't bother to number your photos, excuse me if I cross up the numbers.

    #1,4,& 5 are cartoons IMO. If that is the effect you are going for, then kudos, well done.

    The rest are okay, but I don't get impressed with stereotypes.

    I really like #2 & #3.
     
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    They aren't all to my taste, but I think they are really well done. I like that you can diversify your style.
     
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    FTW ... bwhahahahaaa!:lmao::lmao:


    (good work, of course... but you knew that) I like the dave hill look though.
     
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    what's in the box for WTF? Notebooks? Def interesting! I love the lighting and everything for the "cartoonish" ones that someone mentioned...very creative!
     
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    Cool work!
     
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    outstanding! what camera did you shoot with and what did you use to get the awesome poster look on the 1st, 4th and 5th shot?
     

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