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Old Mar 10, 2009, 5:54 PM   #1
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Old Mar 11, 2009, 7:42 AM   #2
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She looks cute. Your subject is a but underexposed though and the people/blown highlights in the background really distract from the subject. When framing a shot like this you want to think not only about what to include in the shot but what to exclude as well. I would also suggest getting lower so you're not shooting down on your subject - it will also make a more interesting perspective I think (which would push her up in the frame and make the people in the background less dominating).
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i thank you for the critique. it was an extremely crowded day and i was 'lucky' tp get the shot i did get, w/o a head or elbow in the way of my tall 5'3" frame.



as it is, my method, itis my madness, and contraryto published ideas, i don't always care to, follow norms. i enjoy the play of grays and blacks..in this photo. the brick-wall in the background for instance.



of course, currently, i am not as proficient at downsizing photos as should be. a lot of noise is included when compressing. i don't mind.
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