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During driving my car and stuck due to signal was red, I found this guy his face showing lonelinees...

(May God (Allah) help him...)

Title:I'll be right here waiting for you
Username:dotpix dotpix
Uploaded:16 Jan 2007 - 5:24 AM
Tags:General, Landscape / travel, Portraits / people
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Think you did well here. especially like the composition, with the main character in the fg right and the - not unimportant - bg figures and the environment on the left. pleasing for the eye. It seems a bit too brightly exposed IMO, but still acceptable. Perhaps you could give it a bit more punch by increasing the contrast (should add though that I'm not looking at this from the best of screens).
Good photo.

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clevercloggs
16 Jan 2007 - 3:58 PM

agree with Koen, image seems slightly over esposed. this however can be tweaked slightly.

according to your explanation you find that the person looks kind of lost/on his own. In order to bring that across i suggest you crop the image in such a way that the person is bigger so you can see his face better and with a bit more detail.

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dotpix  10 Pakistan
18 Jan 2007 - 8:59 AM

Thank you Keon and Cleve... for such a good suggestion... I'll do this with Photo and submit again. But still missing some clicks!... Smile

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Wellspring
2 Jun 2009 - 10:00 AM

I love the composition as it is; I think cropping at all will lose the dynanism of the line.

I rarely even look at urban photographs but I found this one very appealing. I like the fact that there is so much going on and I discover the young man in it and can wonder what he is thinking and doing in the environment, with everything going around him.

A great pic IMO

John

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