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A few pix from this weekend, comments critique welcome.

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Your first image is pretty darned nice, if it was possible to shoot from a vantage point to the furthest corner of the pit, that might have made of a nice image because his face would have been more visible. I did notice that he was backlit, so the location that I was recommending may not have been possible because the backlighting may have been worse.

The second image is nice, but boy would it have been nice to see his face a bit more or to have the ball in the frame. Keep shooting, the adage that practice makes perfect is all true.
 
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Thanx for the tech fix Frank, now I'll know for my next submission. As to your suggestion for the first frame, repostioning would have shown a lot more background pollution but I see what you mean. I give it a shot next time out.
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They are both very nice shots. I am not one to offer suggestions as I am pretty new to this as well, but one of the things I have found that I like with Capture NX is the ability to brighten only a portion of a player (the face normally). Sometimes I may overdo it, but I reprocessed my football pictures and used it to "peek" under the helmet. It would probably work pretty easily on your first fellows face without being too obvious.
 
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