Shy - A B&W Street Shot

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  1. Tuna

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    All comments/critique welcome.

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    awww what a cutie... The thing that stands out the most to me is how his eye really kinda pops out at you. Weird of me probably but it's my thoughts, lol. I like it
     
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    Oh, I like this one. Your DOF, exposure are spot on. Cute little bugger, too. :D

    What equipment did you use here? Nice work! :D
     
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    Great capture. I'd like to see more of his face, but that's not something easily accomplished after the fact. Zero complaints considering.
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    I think that's how I would feel if I were caged in like that, luckly when I went to school we were not put in a prison.....feel sorry for the children of today :cry:

    good picture picture, it stirs emotion.
     
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    Nice!
     
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    Perfect :)
     
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    It bothers me that the fence covers so much of his face. Like everything else.
     
  10. Tuna

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    Thanks for all your comments...

    This was taken with an old Leica IIIc w/50mm lens.

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    Thank you for commenting. I had to look at this photo for a long time deciding about the fence. I finally decided that the way we just see his eye through the fence is what makes the photo stand out from those that simply show the subject without any encumberments...

    I can understand how you might disagree. Anyone else care to comment on fence or no-fence?
     
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    Hi, Tuna. I agree, I like the out-of-focus fence. It makes the shot. But I would like to see his right eye also, eventhough he has his hand over it. That's what I meant. But by all means keep the fence! It's great!
     

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