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Critique By: Dan Wilson  (K:21104) Donor  
5/20/2009 3:40:53 AM

Great work here Tim, and congrats on the well deserved award for this shot. I hope your camera didn't get too wet. I love the lighting and also the lack of it in this shot and how the two together create a stunning and moody feeling and atmosphere to this shot. The colours and exposure here are stunning, well done
        Photo By: Tim  Schumm  (K:29196)

Critique By: Dan Wilson  (K:21104) Donor  
5/3/2009 11:59:42 AM

Wow Dave, another stunning shot. I love this freeze in time you have captured, the player look a tiny bit sad by the expression and looks to be deep in thought. I really love the slight bluring in his arm and hand, it really adds to the mood of the shot, and really gives us the impression that he is indeed playing his heart out. Great details and DOF, I think this in black and white is the perfect choice
        Photo By: Dave Stacey  (K:150877) Donor


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