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    I was attempting to take a photo of the little kid at the bottom right when his mum just decided to stand in front of me, in such a way that her legs become a frame. Is it too distasteful? Personally I found it interesting an idea, but then, obviously its kinda cluttered. what do you guys think?

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    Interesting perspective! uhh... accidental pervert Seems like the focus is behind the kid though. Can't really see from that small-ish picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    Interesting perspective! uhh... accidental pervert Seems like the focus is behind the kid though. Can't really see from that small-ish picture.
    My eye wasn't behind e viewfinder It is those kind of trial and error kind of thing, and then she just walked in front.
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    i know why ur eye wasnt on the viewfinder... it was on something else.
    that lacy dress must have gotten more of ur attention.

    its a weird perspective i must say.
    personally i would do without the pair of legs unless u want to show something.
    the kids themselves are already very good subjects plus they were also in action which makes it even better.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemystery View Post
    My eye wasn't behind e viewfinder It is those kind of trial and error kind of thing, and then she just walked in front.
    Last edited by dingzyangz; 1st September 2008 at 05:54 PM.

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    interesting....

    erm...inspired by Vladimir Nabokov?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daedalus Trent View Post
    interesting....

    erm...inspired by Vladimir Nabokov?
    who's that?
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    the author of the book 'Lolita'?

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    It sort of gives a "naughty" feeling to the picture...or is it that I'm thinking too much?

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    cluttered. looks terrible.
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    Yup, i didnt think it was very nice. =)
    a tab too distracting and distasteful..

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    haha. Thanks for the comments.
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