Yours truly

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  1. JimmyO

    JimmyO TPF Noob!

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    I need to start taking more pictures of OTHER people.

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    First one has flare.
    Second one was a crappy cut job.

    Try again.
     
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    Nice shots that I've grown to like from you.

    Either you're socially awkward or just plain narcissistic.

    Part of me wants to say "get over yourself" (based off of previous posts) and another part of me wants to say nice work.
     
  4. JimmyO

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    Thanks rallysman!


    Its easy to tell those who hate a picture becuase they dont like, and those who hate a picture becuase they hate the artist =P
     
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    1st would be better if you were a little more central in the frame.
    2nd is bad - agree with ajkramer87
     
  6. mrpink

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    I am assuming that was the point of the shot.

    Looks to me like the flash is hanging directly behind him giving the appearance of a "crappy cut job"

    I like em. Different than any other self portraits.





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  7. rallysman

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    What about those who hate skinny jeans and goofy shoes?:)

    Edit: Generational differences, blah blah blah. Get off my lawn LOL.
     
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    mrpink No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I bet he has some of those 80's style sunglasses as well.





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    I dont hate you. Just felt the need to be an ass like you. The first one I do like. It is different.
     
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    I wish I could take pictures of myself and be pleased enough with them to actually show off! Haha...good times.
     
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    No idea who you are, so this isn't really against the artist:

    1. Nearly blinded me
    2. Looks like something a 12 year old would photoshop for his myspace

    I'm just sayin'.

    I like the concept of #2 actually, but the execution leaves something to be desired.
     
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    I like the first one, but I would put the flashes to the side of the frame and used them as more of a "skim" type light ... not a fan of the second one personally ... that's either a really big net (for what, team handball?) or your proportions were off when you shopped it.
     

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