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    A digger and some current servicemen in the Anzac Day march, Sydney.

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    1. Sergio Lubezky 109 months ago | reply

      Thank you for rating and posting in the 100 Points group!!

    2. s t e r n f a h r e r 109 months ago | reply

      Rating #1:

      i like the technicals, i like the tones; but i'd have liked the three marchers here centered rather than to one side

      Rated 7 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    3. 3blindmice 109 months ago | reply

      Wonderful capture: very emotional and interesting shot!

      Rating #4:

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    4. Sergio Lubezky 109 months ago | reply

      100 Points Members
      The objective of our pool is to learn and grow as photographers by giving detailed comments that help the photographer who posted the image as well as all the members that read the comments posted in each capture.
      Comments such as those in Rating #4 as nice as it might be is not helpfull at all and have nothing to do with this group.
      To the owner of this image on behalf of the group our apologies for such comments, and for the rest of the members thank you for your detailed comments.

    5. Lissa** 109 months ago | reply

      I love the way that you've captured them all in exactly the same position. That makes for lovely composition. Great tones and exposure as well. This is a nice photojournalistic photograph. The only thing that might have been better is if you used a slightly shallower DOF to blur out the crowd in the background.

      Rating #6:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    6. josporte 109 months ago | reply

      What I feel would have improved this photo (for me): if the men were equally 1/3 from the edge of the frame. Their spacing looks a bit wonky to me.

      What I like about this photo: The detail is pretty good (and it has a holga feel to it for me). The lines and the direction and the ability of the viewer to understand this photo and accept it. It's very easy to see what's going on and then after you see it all, you're allowed to pick apart the details in the back--I completely disagree with the other comments about narrowing the DoF. A larger DoF makes this photo, in my opinion. This photo is a pleasure to look at.

      Rating #7:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    7. the näyrde von göbbels [deleted] 109 months ago | reply

      Excellent bw, great contrast, dark. all the expressions are great, even in the audience. Perfect timing.

      Rating #8:

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    8. Peopleinpixels - Alfonso Batalla 109 months ago | reply

      Good B&W, good subject and composition.I keep on with my previous comment about the skewed wall in the back
      Rating #9:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    9. Sergio Lubezky 109 months ago | reply

      Final rating in the 100 Points group is a massive 80 Points.

      Well done!

      Please request entry and publish this photograph in the 80-89 Points group and thank you very much for participating in the 100 Points group!!!

    10. Janet Leadbeater 105 months ago | reply

      very australian. wonderful composition and use of light

    11. Off ya chops 103 months ago | reply

      Great capture, a great tribute

      (Found in the Australian Interestingness group)

    12. Rene Collin 95 months ago | reply

      i try to avoid those kind of events ,maybe i shouldn't...

    13. a s h l e y 0 3 94 months ago | reply

      Wow, beautiful composition and tones! Great moody feel.

    14. thetaipan 93 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Australian Experiance, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    15. AMFos Photography 71 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Australian street photos, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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