some pics of my bro at the local foundry

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  1. shadowdancer

    shadowdancer TPF Noob!

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    thought I'd share, I haven't posted in awhile and finally got back out with some black and white film,....
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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    And as what are these nice photos here now? As snapshots? Or even as bloopers? Nah, the latter sure doesn't apply and I doubt the first really does. Don't you want them in Portraits?
    But you should edit some spaces in between each of the pics, please!?!? Else I could do that for you.
     
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    i guess you could move them to portraits....i just wanted to see what everyone thought as far as composition is concerned. If you would please move them, I'd appreciate it.
     
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    Your composition is fine here. Better than fine. ;)

    I'm really loving #3. :thumbup: They all have a casual, great urban feel to them.

    One distraction for me is that magenta cast that is peeping through. It could be my bad work monitor, but I'm wishing I could see these in straight B&W.

    And I'm moving this thread to portaits, since that's what they are, and very good ones! :)
     
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    thanks. These are actually his senior portrait pictures. He didn't like the people at the studio places,..(I don't blame him). Plus he's a hard person to photograph naturally. He can smile, but you can tell its fake. This entire shoot, I had to basically make him laugh in order to get any sort of smile out of him. But being his brother, it was a bonding moment I guess as well. #4 is a shot of both us together. Gotta love camera timers! :thumbs up:
     
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    Composition wise, #3 is a killer! :thumbup:
     
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    I love one and three. Fun shoot! Came out nice!
     
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    great shots!! keep posting xx
     
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    I think 3 and 5 are really cool. They are the most interesting to me. However, if you need something for the yearbook, they might not work (unless the school is cool and doesn't mind!)
     
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    these shots were for family and friends in replacement of his "senior" portraits.
     

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