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Old Feb 4, 2005, 2:02 PM   #21
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mmm here is mine some flaws there, also need to clone the cloth thing on the Left hand side'
John you did a perfect job nice work.
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Old Feb 4, 2005, 2:05 PM   #22
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Pretty good !
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Old Feb 4, 2005, 2:11 PM   #23
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boyzo you got to align it right, then you change contrast/brightness and possibly some hue if it requires it. then you finish the left hand part using the clone tool slowly and carefully. its not hard to do:-)
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A challenge would also be to remove the rear and extend the shoulder.
However your subject matter is so GREAT that the rear is not objectionable.
May I go as far as saying ....you have a potential winner of a shot.
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boyzo you got to align it right, then you change contrast/brightness and possibly some hue if it requires it. then you finish the left hand part using the clone tool slowly and carefully. its not hard to do:-)
Yes Max the contrast of attached part need corecting .... your other points taken ... thanks.
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Old Feb 4, 2005, 3:01 PM   #26
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A challenge would also be to remove the rear and extend the shoulder.
However your subject matter is so GREAT that the rear is not objectionable.
May I go as far as saying ....you have a potential winner of a shot.
Those 2 shots were @ 1/20 f2.8 3x zoom (100mm) iso200 IS helped here.
I was in the opp. corner I could hardly use Wide Angle and confront them lol.
I was hard to avoid some clutter on the sides, I watched the two guys for a while I wanted to include more of the guy on the rhs but just had to except the framing from where I was sitting.
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Old Feb 4, 2005, 3:14 PM   #27
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A challenge would also be to remove the rear and extend the shoulder.
However your subject matter is so GREAT that the rear is not objectionable.
May I go as far as saying ....you have a potential winner of a shot.
Those 2 shots were @ 1/20 f2.8 3x zoom (100mm) iso200 IS helped here.
I was in the opp. corner I could hardly use Wide Angle and confront them lol.
I was hard to avoid some clutter on the sides, I watched the two guys for a while I wanted to include more of the guy on the rhs but just had to except the framing from where I was sitting.
What you call your clutter on the sides I find it well balanced. With of course your strong subject matter. Hawaii among other places is known for the coffee so the hula girl on the left and the coffee on the right is wonderfull.
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Old Feb 4, 2005, 3:28 PM   #28
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A challenge would also be to remove the rear and extend the shoulder.
However your subject matter is so GREAT that the rear is not objectionable.
May I go as far as saying ....you have a potential winner of a shot.
Those 2 shots were @ 1/20 f2.8 3x zoom (100mm) iso200 IS helped here.
I was in the opp. corner I could hardly use Wide Angle and confront them lol.
I was hard to avoid some clutter on the sides, I watched the two guys for a while I wanted to include more of the guy on the rhs but just had to except the framing from where I was sitting.
What you call your clutter on the sides I find it well balanced. With of course your strong subject matter. Hawaii among other places is known for the coffee so the hula girl on the left and the coffee on the right is wonderfull.
Ye I guess you are right the side objects provide framing and a little character. With candids you need to compose and frame very quickly.
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They're seldom "perfect" but this type of street candids are probably my favorites. Keep that posed crap. They never look natural. This is a great example. The Red Sox dude is a gem. I think every coffee shop all across the globe has its resident "red sox" dude.
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