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STRANGE LOOKS AND SECOND GLANCES

By youmightlikethis
the generation gap e fringe

Tags: Portraits and people

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SueEley 15 279 96 Wales
26 Aug 2010 7:58PM
I can see why you want her to stand out, but you have not been very specific in your use of selective colour? The two guys talking in the background really stand out for this reason, plus one has writing on a camera strap. Cloning that would stop it drawing the eye. I guess the subject, which was well seen, is the two foreground women - but the background is really sharper than you want. Perhaps if they were both colour and everything else b&w?
ad2009 11 9
26 Aug 2010 8:06PM
Great image , i really like it , its weird how other people arnt taking notice!


great image


Aaron
26 Aug 2010 8:25PM
thanks for crit and comments
Graham-Mead 11 12 9 England
26 Aug 2010 9:53PM
I have done a mod which only entailed a bit of blurring in PS just to emphasise the two people at the front.
Hope you like it.
PS. Does the one on the right work for hammer films. LOL.

Graham.
liparig 17 233 United States
26 Aug 2010 11:28PM
love this shot well captured
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4268 Canada
26 Aug 2010 11:56PM
Ive seen both of these looks before, - unfortunately at home depending on what Ive done.

Its a good piece of street shooting, and including the lady on the left makes it work well.


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Philo 11 99 83 England
27 Aug 2010 6:56AM
Well Ian, the expressions you have caught here are marvellous with the lady on the left looking slightly bemused. The shot itself is really good I am not so sure about the colour popping though. I guess you were just trying something different but I think it would work better to have the 2 main characters selectively coloured to make them stand out. I have offered a mod where I have just selected the girl on the right for colour treatment. Great work!
Phil
paulbroad 14 131 1293 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2010 7:34AM
V1 is best, and I can see why people like it. I'm not sure what I think - you have done a good job in general, but I don't like her expression - it un-nerves me. I also find the crowd behind a little distracting although, other than a little less depth of field, you could hardly clear them away.

Paul

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