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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Competition Image Critiques

    Here's one I like...(I'm determined to get a merit with this guy)
    Possible titles: "Lost in Time", "Pondering", "Where did I go wrong?", "A Time of Loss"

    OK, I can't get the image small enough to upload, and it tells me that it is too large at 650px long when I link to it on my hosting site.

    Note: Uncheck the reference locally button when you link. Don't know why that would ever be something we want anyway.

    Last edited by Mark_Turner; 04-22-2013 at 07:19 PM.

  2. #12
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    Mark, I love the image! Unfortunately I'm not going to be of much help. But, my 2 cents is, "Pondering".

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    Default Re: Competition Image Critiques

    Ok, one more image. This one scored a 77 at District, so was wondering if there is anything I could do to bump it up to merit. The title was "Rylee", and I am thinking about changing it to "Bad Hair Day" or "I double-dog dare you to touch me with that brush". Thanks!Marie

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    Default Re: Competition Image Critiques

    This looks like a short llit version of the subject that you posted a while back that was broad lit. The image is stronger with the short lighting, but the beard on the camera left side is a bit bright and could benefit from being toned down. I feel like I would have liked it better if he were to be looking into the camera so that the eyes could engage the viewer a bit more. I'll stop hers since I'm sure that others will have other comments.
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
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  5. #15

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    position of the hands is good......nice work!

  6. #16

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    nice work.......can you reach D max on the exposure?....i know its hard to tell on a pc moniter! great focus!

  7. #17

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    "wisdom of life's soujourne"

  8. #18

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    it doesn't get much better than this image.....looks "in the camera...bulls eye right"!

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Competition Image Critiques

    BUMP

    I jjust wanted to bump this thread back up to the current discussions to remind our members that it's here...
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
    - - - So get out there and volunteer for something ...


    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
    PPLA Past President; 97th Recipient PPA Directors Award
    ASP SouthWest District Rep. & ASP Convention Booth Chairman


  10. #20
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    Default Re: Competition Image Critiques

    Hi All,
    I revisited the image from above and wanted to get some feedback. Not much I can do in the way of there being no eye contact. Do you think that is a deal-breaker, meaning it won't merit because of that?
    Please let me know...

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