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    Alone in a crowd?

    As some of you know, I don't like to shoot people, but every once in a while I will just to remind myself why I don't do this.
    As we were tailgating at the 1st UT home football game of the season I decided to try, try again.

    Your C&C is most appreciated

    Alone in a crowd?

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    Re: Alone in a crowd?

    The composition has elements that could be commented on but it's hardly the point. For me the strength of this is in the content. There is so much going on and is worth viewing at some length. It's well seen and well titled. Good capture.

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    Re: Alone in a crowd?

    Love the "Drunk" Tee shirt.

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    Re: Alone in a crowd?

    ...and the original shot.
    Alone in a crowd?

    Alex, the Dwarf (as he prefers to be called over "little person"), just seemed all alone in the middle of the crowd. He actually has a very outgoing personality and is rarely alone

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    Re: Alone in a crowd?

    Jon since the contrast comes from the color (and subject) I prefer the color version but with the first crop.

    You could also try to desaturate all colors but green a bit to emphasize that more.

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    Re: Alone in a crowd?

    Great eye, Jon. Try cropping it so the left edge is on the middle of the left leg of the guy wearing the "For the Kids" tee-shirt. I prefer the color version because the color of the subject's costume separates him so well from the crowd.

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