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Scorekeeper Joe

By jkcuddihy
This is part of a profile of my good friend Joe Coyne officiating on the scoreboard at the National Hurling League match yesterday between Kilkenny and Clare. (We got thrashed!)Very strong light coming from the right and despite best efforts, still overexposed on Joe's left cheek.

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Voters: mr g, KatieR, ovi and 3 more


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Comments


mr g 11 403 3 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2005 10:23AM
Great portrait work - looks a great character. Like this, nicely done and I can live with the highlights
Rob

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KatieR 12 6.2k 6
21 Mar 2005 11:07AM
Very interesting. The highlights are not a problem to me, either.
If anything, I would say that a better composition would be with Joe turned so he was facing into the frame. He could then put his right arm around the score - showing a greater connection, perhaps.
It's a good subject, worth exploring further.
Katie
ovi 12 11 1 Romania
26 Mar 2005 2:39PM
Superb gesture in a very powerfull composition.Works so well in colour.
Thank you so much John for your precious words.So much appreciated.
Yours,
ovi(click).
ovi 12 11 1 Romania
26 Mar 2005 3:07PM
Have a Happy Easter to John...peace and love.
ovi.
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3464 Canada
27 Mar 2005 8:01PM
Nice shot, - very much the hardened "bookie" expression.

I uploaded a mod to try to get more of the expression on the right.

Willie
TonyA 11 11 Spain
28 Mar 2005 4:03PM
Great portrait of a man at work. I like the colours in the photo and I particularly love the setting and composition of the photo.

Antonio

Very good portfolio.
pipapelada 11 135
1 Apr 2005 12:10PM
If you're anything like me, you like clicks for the quality of shots. I love this shot but as the others have said, the expression is fantastic but, it's just the exposure that's not that great. Most importantly, this is a great portrait!
pip
jkcuddihy 11 72 1 Ireland
1 Apr 2005 1:13PM
Thanks Pip
2 Apr 2005 1:53PM
Sod the highlights.... you can't always have it all the time.... a strong strong portrait of who is clearly a strong character. Love it
David
jkcuddihy 11 72 1 Ireland
2 Apr 2005 1:55PM
Thanks Dave

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