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risk taker
10/08/2015 06:04:57 PM
risk taker
by UrfaK

Comment:
I love the silhouette of the hand
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the right side
10/08/2015 06:04:43 PM
the right side
by Tiberius

Comment:
Fantastic!
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The Call
10/08/2015 06:04:37 PM
The Call
by mariuca

Comment:
I burst into a smile when I saw this
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Fossilization
07/15/2009 10:14:59 PM
Fossilization
by Louisa

Comment:
too dark :(
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Poison {v.2}
07/02/2009 11:19:28 PM
Poison {v.2}
by RKT

Comment:
LOVE this color. awesome!
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The Godfather
06/25/2009 08:17:27 AM
The Godfather
by Zigomar

Comment:
ha! perfect!
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Mr. DPC GTG
06/23/2009 12:25:21 PM
Mr. DPC GTG
by alanfreed

Comment:
hahahahahaha love the shirt, man.
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NYC Tourists
06/16/2009 01:55:42 PM
NYC Tourists
by PennyStreet

Comment:
brilliant!
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An Offer of Friendship
06/15/2009 01:31:04 PM
An Offer of Friendship
by Coley

Comment:
greetings from the critique club!

well, judging from the score and your comments i don't know how much there is to say about this. i think it's a darling photo and very well-done (for whatever you were using it for). the emotion and poses are perfect, as are the costuming. there's definitely a story here and it really draws you in.

the edited version you posted takes care of most of my nitpicks, so there's no need to mention them. overall, an excellent shot!

rob
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Rivals Face Off
06/15/2009 01:27:25 PM
Rivals Face Off
by kallison

Comment:
greetings from the critique club!

i think this is a good idea for the challenge. what killed you here is lighting.

because you're dividing the user's attention to two subjects, you needed to have two light sources that made each subject pop. like, for instance, if you had a boxing ring kind of feel, a spot on each can separated by some black space would have done it. if you were going for a head-to-head kind of thing, you could light it with one really tight light that showed parts of each can basically posed against each other.

in an image this dark, i don't think the reflections would have had any impact. it seemed like you were investing a lot in that effect when it really seems incidental.

good luck in future challenges!
rob
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