waiting for the bus

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  1. eskiho

    eskiho TPF Noob!

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    i like the contrast b&w gave to the legs, shoes, and then the texture of the sidewalk alongside and the contrast with the cracks, the road, and the drain.

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    in this one i just like how it captured the moment. tired, coming home, waiting for the train.


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    waiting for the bus still. wanted to capture that everything is moving by so fast in, yet some things still stay still.



    ps. whats a good hosting company where my picture will actually show in this window when i post it?[​IMG]
     
  2. Don Schaeffer

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    These photos are nicely done and packaged. They are part of a gendre of waiting photos. My opinion is that the foot photo is a little too neatand clean. I love the portrait and the way you cropped it. It's a very effective viw of the train station as well. The photo withthe moving traffic is very nicely done too.

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    Yea, it does look tidy, but thats what caught my eye. The way everything looked so clean in the frame
     
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    I like the last shot the best, I think the movement of the cars is fantastic and I think you got a good capture with the first. I know its a bit to neat but it still captures exactly what you wanted it to. The second picture looks odd to me. Your subject looks stoned or sedated. I would try another shot of that one. The crop you had on it worked perfectly despite the subject and the capture of the train's lights was a nice touch.
     
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    Yea, it was on the way home from a night of drinking, so thats understandable. Hah. Thats how she always looks though :p
     
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    It bothers me that her feet are cut off in picture #3.
     
  7. eskiho

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    Yea.

    I always do that, but it just catches my eye better without showing the feet, sidewalk and everything that detracts from what i'm trying to capture. But i know lots of people get distracted when its not.
     
  8. JonMikal

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    hi eskiho. normally we would have asked you to edit your post down to one image or moved it to the photo gallery for not complying with critique gallery guidelines, but i just saw it and the post already contains some minor critiquing. therefore, please take a minute to familiarize yourself with the guidelines when posting in the future. thanks! :) if i haven't already done so, welcome to TPF!

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23315
     
  9. eskiho

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    Thanks! I did read them closley, i just thought because they were a set that it would be alright. No problem though man!
     

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