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01-02-2012, 10:59 PM   #1
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Nice bokeh here. As far as the composition goes, I think it's a little bit too centered, though this shot would definitely work well as part of an album cover, etc.

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Th portrait is nice, nice timing. Just a shame of the microphone. Just doesn´t belomg there. I do not know if you had opurtunity to take a portret without a microphone
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There were no options without a microphone, but there is not attached to me, CS5, and it looks roughly like this.
PS. Thank you both for attention, Veelja


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01-04-2012, 01:27 AM   #5
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this one is great
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Nice shots! Second one is a winner. Great bokeh, great composition.
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Yep, the second shot's the keeper. Nice work. john a
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Hi,
Thank you all for your attention and enthusiasm of the other "partial cloning" photos. When shooting, and most street series more attention I have addressed the expression of actors! I hope that even a partially successful?
Regards Velja

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