You'll shoot yer eye out kid

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  1. Vinnie90

    Vinnie90 TPF Noob!

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    Comment and critique please.

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    Self critique: Over and un even developed (nothing I can really do:meh:)


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    Here's another to throw on in there. C and C please.

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    I think you did a remarkable job getting so much detail in both the sky and the lower half.
     
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    Thank you, I wasn't sure how this one would turned out, but I was very happy with it.

    Anyone else?
     
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    his socks are pulled up too high but other than that it looks good.
     
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    1. The exposures are off as you noticed, the second one is entirely too dark.

    2. The subjects are not very clear because:

    A. The crop is too wide

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    B. There is no seperationg between the subject and background. (Focus on the subject.)

    3. The angles are very boring.

    If it was me, and I was trying to get a nice dramatic shooting shot, I would've gotten lower to the ground, and used a fill flash to expose his face aiming down the guns sights.
     
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    Good Job, nice pics. Might want to loose the black socks with the sandles:lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    It was the worst time of day to shoot (noon), so I couldn't get a good dof in there, had to keep a small aperture.

    Can you explain how the crop is too wide? I haven't touched the negs except get rid of the film border.

    If I was shooting digital I would have used my flashes but didn't want to wast film with t and e.

    Thanks RMThompson for the good critique.:thumbup:



    Don't worry, I make fun of him all the time about it, but they are moccasins to be correct.:lol:
     
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    Quick question: Why did you choose to convert this to B&W? Or did you shoot in B&W?
     
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    This was originally black and white.
     

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