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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    even the young get involved with protesters

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    What a capture. I love the dark tone. Great Comp. GRrrrrrrrrrr !
     
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    ...and they say our actions today don't shape the youth of tomorrow? What a great capture.
     
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    Wow, nice one.
    I can almost see the girl's silhouette as a whole other picture by itself, rotated vertical with a good portion of that lovely perspective of the fence.
    Nice one.
     
  5. JonMikal

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    thanks guys.
     
  6. scoob

    scoob I have seen the writing on the wall

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    cool shot!! nice how u got just the kid in there.
     
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    this remind of my country. nice shot! thanks.
     
  8. ShutteredEye

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    Can I ask why you boosted the contrast so much? I'm curious...
     
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    two reasons; for viewers to focus on the girl and banners and i was struggling with the obscuring the girls identity. i felt i achieved it with the high contrast levels.
     
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    The idea of the high contrast is excellent. It really leads the eye to focuss on the girl and the protesters signs. Powerful image!
     
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    I like it.

    Just trying to learn when rules should be bent, and when it should be left alone.

    I don't know that i'm confident enough yet to not think myself as silly for boosting it that high. But it works really well nonetheless.

    Thanks for the reply!
     
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    well think about it, that kind of adjustment can even be done in the darkroom with real paper and solutions...so i dont see a big deal with rules when its done digitally...unless you like, put a different sky into some random pic lol
     

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