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