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  1. Christoph

    Christoph

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    First post any feedback appreciated, many thanks
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2017 at 5:25 PM
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  2. Stuart Philpott

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    he's a belter chris he's too tight needs to breath is it cropped can you give him more room for his legs that you can't see and too the left for him to stare into??

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  3. Christoph

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    Thanks for the feedback Stu, he's not cropped in. I see what you mean about giving him space to look into and move into. Spookily I have recently read an article saying this, hopefully next time i'll get the composition better it is a big learning curve!(y)
     
  4. Stuart Philpott

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    it's a huge curve bro and I'm onit too. Mate regrding legs and deer once you get closer in wack your active focal points towards the top line,when you have to frame the points you'll want will be up there somewhere always allow a bit for feet too buddy even if you can't see them because of grases etc it will help balance the frame. Mate when working this close framing is crucial ,it's also incredibly difficult I find ,sometimes the FP's need moving so fast. It takes time all this mate, you've caught him well no negatives here just something for you to muse

    seeya

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