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    hehehe.. i think it is much better if you exclude the fence and crop a bit more...
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    great find and the idea is there! got to watch out for perspective distortion though. the framing is leaning in slightly towards the bottom. imho, would be more impactful if the lines are dead straight and you give it a tight square crop. exposure seems slightly off to me too, a bit flat? sorry if i gave too much opinions, i don't want to take anything away from your picture. you deserve full credit for this quirky find!

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    exposure off? I agree with you. i was using a rangefinder...and did not adjust my cam for this shot...i saw, no time to think abt setting, just snap the guy where i wanted him to be...why i got no time? cos i was busy talking to a few frens of mine at the opposite kopitiam. shot taken in chinatown last month.

    and thks for pointing out abt the perspective...i totally missed it! cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agila
    hehehe.. i think it is much better if you exclude the fence and crop a bit more...
    i dunno..i was hesitating abt that.
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