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    This young boy is probably 10 or 11 yrs old, one of youngest Iíve met.



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    Brilliant !! I LOVE the first pic!! Simply Brilliant !!

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    Agree No.1 is gorgeous! Good expressions and excellent framing

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    i suggest the first one can be improved technically. Good composition. Good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photo.cavendish
    i suggest the first one can be improved technically. Good composition. Good work.
    Tx, any suggestions?

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    Very nice, like the 1st picture the most, how the exposure like ? i noticed the color is very vibrant and places that should be under or over exposure very nicely done. e.g. the right side of the boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramius75
    Very nice, like the 1st picture the most, how the exposure like ? i noticed the color is very vibrant and places that should be under or over exposure very nicely done. e.g. the right side of the boy.

    Tx, IIRC, was shot at f/11 with my D70 + kit lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    Tx, IIRC, was shot at f/11 with my D70 + kit lens.
    Wow, nice pictures taken I like the first one. Was it taken in Lhasa Tibet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KopiLaiSheng
    Wow, nice pictures taken I like the first one. Was it taken in Lhasa Tibet?
    Tx, yeap, was in Lhasa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    Tx, IIRC, was shot at f/11 with my D70 + kit lens.
    wow, really nice, which part of the pic u metered at?? coz all seems so nicely exposured

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramius75
    wow, really nice, which part of the pic u metered at?? coz all seems so nicely exposured
    Metered this arm, bcos wanted to capture the shadow in his face. Are u a D70 user too?
    Last edited by billpepsi; 21st June 2006 at 04:44 PM.

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    excellent angle for #1, the oversharpening is quite obvious though imo

    i think you've got some good ideas for #2 but the execution don't quite bring them out, there's no intensity in the frame, just a normal frozen silhouette

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    the first one is excellence.. nicely capture..
    seem like everyone at the back is watching u to do the shoot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    Metered this arm, bcos wanted to capture the shadow in his face. Are u a D70 user too?
    i see, thanks

    nope, im a canon user

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    I like the use of dramatic sky to portray pic 1. Also, the use of light and shadows is very nicely done for pic 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tltan
    I like the use of dramatic sky to portray pic 1. Also, the use of light and shadows is very nicely done for pic 2.

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    tx Tltan

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    i love the 1st pic. composition is great! colors are vibrant. it would be better if no one is looking at u tho, just my 2cents
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    amazing.... this is great stuff!!!

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    Some nice shots u got from this trip. Like your Yak shot as well.

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