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In this image I wanted more definition on the handcuffs, rather than the model. I believe i achieved this, showing the feeling of been trapped.
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Like the idea behind this......if it was mine I'd do a severe crop to where the hands start cropping out a lot of the hair....
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If you want the idea of 'trapped' I think you need to tighten the cuffs and remove the key
Spoken like a true retired policeman
A good idea indeed, and some good insider knowledge there from Roy . A couple of little niggles for me. I think it looks a bit too posed, and the models's expression is a bit too forced - I think it conveys a feeling of determination and concentration rather than pf being trapped.
I like cath's idea of a crop which I think emphasised the "trappedness".
A good idea indeed, but technically a little lacking.
I would crop both top and bottom quite a bit to concentrate on the cuffs. I would then darken the image and up the contrast - it looks rather flat.
Then, you say you wanted more defiinition on the cuffs than the face - you have done that, but the cuffs still need to be rather sharper.
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