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Old Jun 29, 2011, 12:11 PM   #1
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Default F300 EXR Black and White of Tame Impala at Glastonbury Festival, Somerset, England

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Old Jun 30, 2011, 7:27 AM   #2
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what do people think of my shots?
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Old Jun 30, 2011, 2:39 PM   #3
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what do people think of my shots?
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Most of the photos are not focused correctly, and too many twisted pictures. It's good to experiment but I think you have overdid it a little bit.

But I liked 2 of the pictures : first one is the girl portrait on 2nd page.
And the other is the guy with "Hero of the Galaxy" T-shirt !
These two are really good.
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Most of the photos are not focused correctly, and too many twisted pictures. It's good to experiment but I think you have overdid it a little bit.

But I liked 2 of the pictures : first one is the girl portrait on 2nd page.
And the other is the guy with "Hero of the Galaxy" T-shirt !
These two are really good.

Thanks. Most of them were focussed correctly but I was trying to experiment with low aperture and DOF and to give a sense of subject vs ground, whether it be the musicians or the people looking at the musicians with either being out of focus. But I got this wrong with the security guard. Perhaps I did overdo it with the 'twisted' angles, but I was trying to add dynamism so that the viewer has to work a little, and to inject some energy - as the shots were after all about a live performance where anything can happen. If it was to be a landscape shot I would of course have aligned with the natural perspective line. Thanks for your comments.
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