Sharnig a few B&W pics (C&C always welcome)

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  1. Natural_Disaster

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    2nd has good tones and the strongest composition

    The rest are boring/incorrectly exposed/edited/composed
     
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    the rest are grey.

    looks like that kid just got slapped or something- very strange photo.:confused:

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    No he hadn't been slapped...lol...My kids are past the point of posing for me, and now just want to be silly. I chose to post that one because i thought it came out pretty sharp as far as focus. Most of my photos at this point are just practice as im still trying to get that eye for good subjects, angles, etc.
     
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    Nothing wrong with the exposure. I would like to see the last one again with a wider crop and more shallow DOF.
     
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    Totally agree about the DOP..it would have made a huge improvement. I think the second on here was the best but i didn't get it all in the image..

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    Darker but missed the left leg
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    Wider angle...didn't like the surroundings so i zoomed
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    DOF**
     
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    Why is the exposure in the last three all over the board?
     

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