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williamruyle



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Registered: November 2009
Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
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Koni Rapid Omega 100/Super Omegon lens
Neopan 400 film
Date: Thu, 26, November, 2009 Views: 3716
Filesize: 114.1kb Dimensions: 500 x 404
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Keywords: drummers in park
Film make, size & rating:: Neopan 1600, 120
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 90mm
Tripod used Y/N:: N

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Reuben
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Registered: December 2011
Posts: 53
Fri, 20, January, 2012 12:03pm

Its a nice 'street' style candid with the people talking in the background adding but not distracting. for me, however the person's shoulder/ part head in the bottom left and the person 'above' them arm outstretched distract as does the railing (?) on the right background. Myself I think a tighter 'crop' would have helped emphasising the subjects and a slightly different angle - but the question has to be - is that what you wanted ?? I've assumed that from the title of the image.
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Mike O'Pray
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Registered: October 2008
Location: Daventry, Northants
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Wed, 8, February, 2012 7:43pm

Ideally the crop would cut out the far right shoulder and the person sitting down on the left with a pointing arm but I fear this might leave part of the foreground gent on the left still in the print.


Unless the crop can be clean then overall I'd leave it but next time maybe move around until the full neg crops out unnecessary stuff.


Not easy to take it all in when using the viewfinder. I am forever looking at negs and saying: "How did that get into the picture?"


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Morgana

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Registered: February 2013
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Thu, 14, February, 2013 12:51am

Great picture. The shoulder in the bottom left corner actually serves as a nice frame for your image. It also brings the viewer into the scene more than if that shoulder wasn't there.


The bottom right corner is a little distracting.


I liked this pic the moment I saw it. I especially like the two guys in the background talking, and the tree behind them.


Nice tonal range too. :D
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