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Great photo's just wish there wasn't lurkers. The 180 is sick.

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yeeeeah take the lurkers out and also your flash is in the shot in the second one. Don't be afraid to tell those kids to move either. hahahaha.

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did he ollie out or da hole thing

 

Why the hell do you have to quote the whole pictures? Obviously he's going to know what you're referring to....

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Vertical might've been better. There's a lot of dead space to the left. I think the comp on the 180 is a little better.

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i kinda really like the flash in the other one.. but yeah not so much the lurker?!?!?!

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I think you should stand on the other side of the rail and shoot toward the wall which I'm assuming is the the right of the rail. that would probably give a nicer background. Then have him do a different grind so he's facing the camera.

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I think you should stand on the other side of the rail and shoot toward the wall which I'm assuming is the the right of the rail. that would probably give a nicer background. Then have him do a different grind so he's facing the camera.

 

the other direction would have been a tiny ghetto parking lot so it definitely wouldn't look better that way

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I think you should stand on the other side of the rail and shoot toward the wall which I'm assuming is the the right of the rail. that would probably give a nicer background. Then have him do a different grind so he's facing the camera.

 

Hahaha, so much easier said than done. "Oh yeah just do a Switch Back 50-50 instead"

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If you are going to use this composition (which I hope you do because I like it a lot) I would recommend doing something more interesting with the left half of the frame, which seems a bit dull and underexposed to be justified. I think if you dialed down your exposure (and adjusted your flashes accordingly), you would get a lot more ambient activity and a more interesting photo. I'd also tweak your flash placement a bit, just to get some more variance on the subject and clear up those shadowy inner leg areas.

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not feeling the angle

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I think a tighter horizontal composition would be much better, completely ignoring the loading dock to the left. It's insignificant. Move your rim back too.

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