Whos Philip Chiu?

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by bnz506, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. bnz506

    bnz506 TPF Noob!

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    Waiting for the train @ Atlantic Ave., Pacific St.

    heh reason for the title is I just noticed that he was staring at my name.

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    I like it, is this a crop if it is might be better to get rid of the guy on the far left.

    I like it other wise....
     
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    agreed, the guy on the left is pretty distracting to me.
    but otherwise I like it.
     
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    Yes it is a crop, I guess I can crop it more and see what it looks like.

    thx guys.
     
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    Before you kick him out , I have to say I like the guy on the left. To me he echoes the guy on the right (looking down). For some reason, looking down seems to go hand in hand with "Big City" life...Just my 2c
     
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    Great shot!

    I agree with Michaelaw, the guy on the left makes the shot work for me.
     
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    I agree with keeping the man on the left. It also balances the photo in a way
     
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    I tried it out without the person and it made the main subject too centered anyway. I cropped as much as I could without losing too much picture to get him where he is now.

    Thx for the comments guys.
     
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    I like the guy on the left, and I like the Atlantic Avenue, Pacific Street pattern, and without the guy on the left, I think that would be too tightly cropped. Great shot.
     

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