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    Father & Son

    What do you guys think?

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    Re: Father & Son

    Very interesting composition. There is a strange compression to the figures though.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Hi Don,

    In the bottom left of the screen you should choose the 'wide' setting instead of the default 'fixed'.
    This will show you the normal picture and not the compressed one.
    If that doesnt solve it for you just click the image and it will open in flickr.

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    Re: Father & Son

    I think the picture is already edited I would say this is really nice idea. Sorry for ignorance, can you please share me any idea if what you gonna use for editing this picture so that, I can apply it in my own process.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Thank you very much for sharing =)

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    Re: Father & Son

    Very artful. The negative space is powerful and the pattern of the cement blocks on the wall also. I think showing the curve in the upper right was a very smart thing to do. The straight white line at the bottom throws me a bit, probably because seeing a straight line when everything else is curved is unusual, but it adds diversity. Very nice image.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Thanks. I didn't realize that.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Quote Originally Posted by GB1 View Post
    Very artful. The negative space is powerful and the pattern of the cement blocks on the wall also. I think showing the curve in the upper right was a very smart thing to do. The straight white line at the bottom throws me a bit, probably because seeing a straight line when everything else is curved is unusual, but it adds diversity. Very nice image.

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    Thanks for the positive feedback GB1. I feel that the straight line actually amplifies the curves in the rest of the image.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Thanks for the tip about flickr.
    Great photo, nothing to add.

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    Re: Father & Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke Skywalker View Post
    Thanks for the tip about flickr.
    Great photo, nothing to add.
    There's always something to be critiqued - always something that can be analyzed and improved. Plus, when you make the effort to analyze a photo, you'll improve your own photography. So come on - give it a shot. What could Ctn have done to make this a better photo? Or, what could he do in the future to make his street photos better?
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    Re: Father & Son

    Great job. I like the photo very much. And the idea is very good.

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