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Selfportrait Black and white

By davidsaenzchan
This is a selfportrait taken at an improvised studio, using two lights, one on the left side and another one on the back. first attempt too...

Tags: Portraits and people

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VIKI 10 18 1 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2009 9:24AM
Fabulous but it would be better still without the glare on the glasses. Can you clone it out? Well done though.

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NickParry 10 1.0k 79 Wales
30 Mar 2009 3:21PM
The tones are great in the shot, and I wouldn't be inclined to clone out the reflection, as it adds to the shot. I would have possibly cropped a little less on the bottom of the shot, as it would balance better. I would also use some selective sharpening in places to bring out the masculinity of the features.

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Davesumner 9 28 300 Australia
30 Mar 2009 3:25PM
The first thing that I would have done would be to crop out the sides which don't add anything to the image whilst still remaining within the rule of thirds parameters. See my mod

I have to agree that the white area on the glasses is far too much of a distraction and needs to be cloned out.

Hope this helps

Dave
30 Mar 2009 7:44PM
Its cool matey I like it but if your gona change it Id go along with nick's advice
Snapper_T 12 862 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2009 9:39AM
I think you've made a good job for your first attempt. I'm not too worried about the reflection either, I'd only crop a little tighter from left and right.

Trev
26 Apr 2009 3:00PM
Guapooooooooooo!

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