Caught in the Act

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    COMRADE IN ARMS, Liamfm ., and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. *sax 91 months ago | reply

      "Caught in the Act" would make a great title so I've renamed it as a result, thanks for posting!

      And thanks for pointing that out, first time for everything!

    2. Photo_Gerida [deleted] 90 months ago | reply



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    3. Sergio Lubezky 90 months ago | reply

      Thank you for rating and posting in the group!

    4. Charlie_Chalk [deleted] 90 months ago | reply

      Oh yes, it is much better when viewed large. My initial impression was a good one but when seen in more the detail I saw firstly struck by the details in the bricks and secondly in the whole scene. Fantastic shot!

      Rating #1:

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    5. skycaptaintwo 90 months ago | reply

      I really like this shot. I really like the circle, the lighting, and the guy's expression. What is he seeing in there? It makes you wonder. I like the fact that you provided a very high res image, but that can be a mixed blessing. You can clearly see the sharp focus on the bricks, but the man's face should really be the focal point for the image. I also wish the background wasn't quite so distracting. The windows and the bright doorway don't add anything to the image. Still, it was a worthy effort - nice job!
      Rating #2:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    6. Aparajith 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #3
      Great shot. Love the framing, the choice to use B/W, the lighting effect and its shadow, expression on the persons face and the pose

      The only crib I have when seeing the larger version is that the focus on the man is bit soft while the focus onthe brick is real sharp. May be could have done something about that

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    7. janinewhite 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #4:

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

      Very expressive and excellent technique

    8. acastellano 89 months ago | reply

      Nice work...definitely better in the large size! I like the concept and I like many of the tones and shades. I wish the face was a bit lighter (not too bright, but like the shading on the hat) and sharper.

      Rating #5:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    9. JaredKS 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #6:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

      The detail on the brick is fantastic. The lighting is great, and the shot is well composed. I love the choice of the dark black as a sort of natural frame. Nicely done. I rate no higher than eight because I find the subject uninteresting, and I find the background a bit too noisy. I understand there probably isn't much to be done about the background. Maybe additional depth of field would help there.

    10. DodogoeSLR 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #7:

      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

      very cool shot and very cool title... i like how nothing else in the image can be seen except the man and the oval... i also think the framing is excellent along with the shadow... very cool

    11. sgcallaway1994 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #8:

      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

      Very unique photograph. I like the choice of black and white. The contrast is well done. The overall sharpness of the image is good. Very strong composition. The only improvements I would like to see would be a little more soft light on the "culprit's" face and some bluring in the backround.

    12. snack happy 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #9:
      Best viewed large.
      Light touch with the contrast adjustment leaves a moonlit feel.
      Ace composition, crisp and clear. I like the big dof, adds urban context.
      Rated 9 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    13. atomicShed 89 months ago | reply

      Rating #10:
      excellently crisp detail and framing making you focus only on the man and curved wall.
      emotionally, just enough menace in the shadowed face :)
      Rated 8 out of 10 in the 100 Points group.

    14. Sergio Lubezky 89 months ago | reply

      Final rating in the 100 Points group is a massive 85 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.

    15. David Prior 89 months ago | reply

      Well done mate with the 85 points!

    16. *sax 89 months ago | reply

      Cheers, it's the best score to get (nudge nudge wink wink in the direction of your kiwi picture).

    17. 0zzie 87 months ago | reply

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

    18. AlyHarrold 6 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it on our client’s post Different Types of Identity Fraud. The post will be published on October 15, 2013.

    19. The Arch Academy & Lyceum Prep 4 weeks ago | reply

      This is such a great image! We've used it on the HWP Insurance blog pst here: hwpinsurance.com/contractors-theft-coverage-excluded-on-t...

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