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markst33 12 75 2 Ireland
7 Jun 2015 9:22PM
Love the angle of this. Boxing is probably one of the few areas where you would this kind of angle when shooting human beings at work.

The position of the referee is excellent and the way his eyes are fixed firmly on the guy being pinned against the ropes tell a story. The spectators on the far side of the ring add another layer of interest to the shot. The light above the fighters head is something which others may suggest to remove but I think it works perfectly.

The only change I would make to this brilliant shot is to remove the light in the far left of the image. To me its distracting and serves no purpose for the shot or the story.

Mark S.
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1877 England
7 Jun 2015 9:50PM
Gritty...
rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
7 Jun 2015 10:02PM
Excellent Guy, superb stuff from the ring !!
Ron
mudge 19 1.0k 75 England
8 Jun 2015 12:14AM
I agree with Mark
Brilliant Mono image
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
8 Jun 2015 1:45AM
I find I like the original--v3 for the whole story! all images superb!
PranavMishra 9 52 18 India
8 Jun 2015 4:32AM
fantastic capture..
fazzer 12 54 7 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2015 7:55AM
Love v1 , fabulous sense of involvement with the referee and ringside viewers expressions , great toning too SmileSmile
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4263 Canada
8 Jun 2015 1:47PM
Excellent. I would prefer that warmer clour tone of the original applied to the colour crop.


W
8 Jun 2015 1:58PM

Quote:Excellent. I would prefer that warmer clour tone of the original applied to the colour crop.


W

Thank you for your quit fantastic modifications Willie! a different approach that surely works!
Cheers, Guy
optik Plus
12 15 1 England
8 Jun 2015 7:24PM
I think B&W really suits the subject best.
Frank_Reid 15 227 1 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2016 8:14PM
markst33 You can't just remove the light because you don't like it. It is live sport, you photograph it as it is and as it happens. No cheating allowed.

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