Statue Expressions #1

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  1. kierukei

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    Recently I've been trying to get some shots of the statues at a nearby cemetery before everything is renovated. It bothers me that they will probably end up replacing all the older statues with newer ones, since they aren't grave markers or anything one would consider important. Each of them have their own unique expression that I want to try and capture.

    This guy strikes me as having a very serious/wise expression. C&C would be appreciated! :thumbup:

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    Somehow the grey sky turned out looking like a backdrop in the last one.
     
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    looks good.. I like the rainbow placement in the first shot. Some of the highlights on the face from the flash are a bit blown out though
     
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    #2 is sweet, it looks like studio lighting. Were you shooting in the rain before/during these?
     
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    Thanks for the comments,

    Yes, it was raining quite a bit. This whole session was photographed during a pretty amazing display of weather. :)
     
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    Just making sure thats what it was. In the first shot you can see some drops on your lens. Nothing an easy clone job wouldn't fix.
     
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    I like the first shot, the second could have been focused better otherwise good
     
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    Thanks everyone for your comments.
     

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