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    Default Re: Facing The Daily Grind.

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Any plan to share the rest of the series?
    Honestly I think this is about the strongest shot in the series...too paiseh to share the rest

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    Default Re: Facing The Daily Grind.

    I love this pic. I'd think anyone who looks at this is immediately amused. It'd probably look funnier if the glasses were crookedly placed

    A little bit of the cheek and toothbrush are over but I can skip those.

    The image itself is compellingly eye-catching and amusing. Really good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpjuson View Post
    I love this pic. I'd think anyone who looks at this is immediately amused. It'd probably look funnier if the glasses were crookedly placed

    A little bit of the cheek and toothbrush are over but I can skip those.

    The image itself is compellingly eye-catching and amusing. Really good one
    Thanks for the positive feedback bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Honestly I think this is about the strongest shot in the series...too paiseh to share the rest

    you standard/QC level too high lah

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    Default Re: Facing The Daily Grind.

    The shot seem great, just that I feel that the model is too clean after waking up. Make the shirt a bit more messy and untidy. I know the hair is like that so bo pian. Try asing the model to lean a bit more forward as the tin thingy on the right is a bit distracting. U also need to shift your camera position forward a bit as well ba. It give a more close up portrait shot and a better focus as the photo have my eye running around the photo for a while

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    Sorry the tin thingy is on the left. Opps

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    Quote Originally Posted by wootsk View Post
    Sorry the tin thingy is on the left. Opps
    Haha yeap, I see it. Understooded bro.

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