Two Men

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  1. themonko

    themonko TPF Noob!

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    Hey Everyone!

    I've been out of the scene for awhile and have a ton new pictures that I would love to get some feedback on. I recently took a trip to the galapagos islands and took over 1400 pictures! naturally, i came back with about 50 or so great ones (in my opinon) and would love for some people to point out my blunders, successes...etc.

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    Thanks!
     
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    any helpful tips to make this photo stronger? or it at a lost?
     
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    i would burn in the tiles, give it texture. i would also crop the man in white out. too convoluted.

    interesting
     
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    i like it, including the low saturation. i think the tiles are fine how they are too. is this the original image or is it cropped? i wish i could see their feet.
     
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    Krimad - thanks for the suggestions, though I disagree with them, I do appreciate them.

    thebeginning - i did not crop this image at all and till you mentioned it, not having their feet didn't bother me. Now it makes me wonder. I remeber when I was took this shot i was in a hurry. I was up on a balcony and these men were walking pretty fast and i only had a second to capture the moment I saw.

    Thanks for the input, i do appreciate it.
     

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