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 Post subject: Pencil in your pocket?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 7:20 pm 
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Here's a couple of shots i took with my now finally returned camera :D .
Anyway i would love some C&C on them, also which one do you prefer/thinks better.
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#1 works better as you can see more of the context. #2 is a little too cropped so you don't know that you're looking at a pencil in a pocket.

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I agree with pqtips, the first one is better. Not sure if you were going for that look but I think it would be better if you saved the highlights.

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