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    • #111922
      P Marione
      Blocked

      I can’t decide which one to keep :

    • #111931
      Ravi
      Participant

      The second one please!

    • #111935
      Jonathan
      Participant

      Leaning towards the second one because of the touch of extra headroom, but both are great.

    • #111956
      John Thompson
      Moderator

      Yes both are very good. In each you can see his working embouchure. I like the second best but I am not sure why. Well in any case, well done @pmarione.

    • #111984
      P Marione
      Blocked

      Thank you all.
      I agree : maybe the second one shows better the concentration of the chap.
      So I have converted the 1st one in BW (with a lesser crop) so I have not to trash it..

    • #111987
      Ken Watson
      Participant

      Hi, Both the shots are good, but if I had to print a large shot then I would choose number 2, but seeing the b/w shot, then for feeling and emotion (if allowed) I would go for the b/w. Wouldn’t hang it on the wall, but I would certainly keep it

    • #111993
      P Marione
      Blocked

      Thank you

    • #112004
      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      The second one. I like the bulging veins on his head.

    • #112016
      Fred Furze
      Participant

      I like the angle of 2, but convert it to B&W! I like #3 the best because of this. His light face against the dark background, and the shiny metallic reflections and white hands. So I guess #4. Yep. #4 is my fave.

    • #112122
      Stewart
      Participant

      Needs a 10 second levels adjustment
      edit.jpg by Stewart on Light Stalking

    • #112126
      Stewart
      Participant
    • #112158
      P Marione
      Blocked

      You are right. Will do.

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