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    mhh..another test...not sure if I like this..the grey background should probably be lighter but that's difficult with only one flashhead...
    channel mixer and some contrast enhancements...

    Jason Arber, kriskong, etravus, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. spokanitis 98 months ago | reply

      Interesting and beautiful shot.

    2. kriskong 97 months ago | reply

      like this one.....great.

    3. Mike McCall 95 months ago | reply

      The background looks fine to me. Very cool image.

    4. spadea 95 months ago | reply

      Nuff said... nice edgy portrait.

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    5. Sputnik+ 95 months ago | reply

      it works......

    6. M_thanhouser_photos 95 months ago | reply

      nice nice. the backroud is a litle ligh but nott to bad. the subject is done well. great expression and feeling.

    7. Kasimir Szekeres 95 months ago | reply

      very cool raw portrait!! nice done.

    8. Mike Carter 95 months ago | reply

      Strikng sharp portrait. Amazing eyes.

    9. herrflucht 94 months ago | reply

      interesting face, simple execution. I like it a lot!

    10. ♫ marc_l'esperance 91 months ago | reply

      great tones and detail.
      perhaps too much detail for a portrait?
      also, i think the angle is too top down. some serious conehead action happening, and the ears look pointy from that angle.
      the photo quality is pretty awesome. forehead a bit too blown. the background looks good to me. quite neutral.
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    11. xurde 87 months ago | reply

      Yes. he's gonna be a starrrrrr.... ^^

    12. Liquorice Bear [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot, great lightning.

    13. decembre 31 months ago | reply

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