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    very lucky to have this shot. C&C welcome!
    Last edited by elfvin; 27th June 2006 at 04:14 PM.

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    It's very nice. Very lucky indeed.

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    i believe your highlights are a little blown. otherwise you've done a capable job of keeping the background clean. It's an ok photo.

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    Default Re: Looking Out

    other than problems with overexposure, you might want to consider a tighter crop to shift the centreline of the frame to the eye of your subject, this is to remove excessive space on the right side and naturally lead the viewer to the main point in your frame.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    other than problems with overexposure, you might want to consider a tighter crop to shift the centreline of the frame to the eye of your subject, this is to remove excessive space on the right side and naturally lead the viewer to the main point in your frame.

    That's an excellent crop.

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    other than problems with overexposure, you might want to consider a tighter crop to shift the centreline of the frame to the eye of your subject, this is to remove excessive space on the right side and naturally lead the viewer to the main point in your frame.
    Pro!!

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    hey thanks. i like the cropped version. looks much better. thanks.

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    Default Re: Looking Out

    i agree with the pro

    also note that the image looks a little soft on my screen
    you might want to read up on holding techniques when using longer focal lenghts

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