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    Christmas Ad.

    Hello,

    again it's my boy. Which one do you like? Would be great if you can tell me your thought.

    Thanks and cheers,

    Alex
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    I think..

    I think the first one is the better of the two.
    The expression seems a little more causual and interesting, especially since he is more or less looking towards the camera and not at his feet. The desaturation is OK too.
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    Re: Christmas Ad.

    Quote Originally Posted by plchung
    Hello,

    again it's my boy. Which one do you like? Would be great if you can tell me your thought.

    Thanks and cheers,

    Alex
    I like the first one. I like how you kept your son in color and made the background black and white.
    Seek the Son and the shadows fall behind you.

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