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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

Wonderful image Shine. Enjoy everything about it!!!!
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I love this kind of processing. There is something engaging about it. The textures, the shadows, the mood...
I'm quite taken by the subject's expression. The hands bracket the face and reminds me of an emoticon. The soda can, on the other hand, doesn't need to be there. It keeps pulling my eye away from his face.
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Duck wrote:I love this kind of processing. There is something engaging about it. The textures, the shadows, the mood...
I'm quite taken by the subject's expression. The hands bracket the face and reminds me of an emoticon. The soda can, on the other hand, doesn't need to be there. It keeps pulling my eye away from his face.
Great job.

Glad you enjoyed... It was a can of beer and that's why he was slumped over the table with that expression... That's why I left it in.... Kinda wanted to use it as a leading line

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Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:Wonderful image Shine. Enjoy everything about it!!!!

I'm glad... Thanks for commenting

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Post by Bobby Deal »

Hi Shine, welcome to PhotoMentoris, I am happy to see you here .

For me I think in order for the beer can to form a leading line and help tell the story I need to be able to identify it as a beer can which means I need to be able to see a touch more of it.

From the stand point of complete front to back tonal gradation though this is one of your best

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Post by Onslow »

I do like this one. Nice and gritty. The can distracts for me mainly because it's incomplete so makes a brightish spot in a dark area.
That aside though, I really do like it. Well done on this. :)

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I like it a lot as is.
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Is it just me or does anyone else see the Ron Perelman resemblance in this photograph?

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Post by Duck »

Bobby Deal wrote:Is it just me or does anyone else see the Ron Perelman resemblance in this photograph?


Now that you mention it...

Maybe his illegitimate twin brother from another mother? :lol:
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