Some of my new work would like some C&C

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  1. CalebFarley

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    I have posted my a lot of my sports photos before but this tournament I wanted to do something different, put more time into the fighters before fighting instead of getting the action shots. So i will be very happy with all C&C :D Because thats what I need to become a better photographer.

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    Man up and fight harder! by Caleb Farley, on Flickr

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    A few too many images for individual critique (and for future reference, please number the images). In general, the monochrome conversions seem a little too mid-tone rich.
     
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    YA I would agree as well, anything else? Also I numbered them.
     
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    I'm fairly new to this, so I won't comment as to lighting, editing, etc. The one thing that stood out for me is that I couldn't see the athletes faces in many of them. Of them all, I liked #4 best. I wanted to see the emotion in their faces, and 4 did that for me the best.
     

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