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This image is not for those who think 'cropping is a crime' :)
A heavy crop of an old image. Yet i think i can get a good print.

thanks for viewing, c & c
-RD
Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:43 am
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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:26 pm

This is unique RD ! Nice experiment with cropping. Personally I would have preferred the second one on right slightly being inside the frame. I also like the contrasting definition of the two, left being soft and the right one being sharp ! Overall a winner. Where ? Mydhanahalli ?

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Commentby Nilanjan Das on Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:13 pm

Old is gold right RD ?? :-). Lovely placement of the two bucks, I love the tonal difference on the bucks too, one front facing on the bottom right while the other has a side profile on the upper left, perfect composition. This tad softness on the left one is working too well actually, can I suggest something ? You might just like to try, keeping the left portion like how it is now, could you add around 20 or 30 pixels more on the right ? Possible ? It might look great too. This is art man, lovely image.

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Commentby dinesh.ramarao on Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:29 am

Print failed :(

Thanks Ganesh, this is Mydanahalli about 3 years back. I think i need to go back there frequently now get different views. Their numbers are fast decreasing.

Nilanjan, idea was(?) 'no is' to show that the new generation young boy would take on alpha position soon. He would enter the frame and edge out the big fellow sitting and relaxing, out of frame. There is no space in original towards right. I don't know what went thru my mind that day and i had included couple of more young males to the left of frame. I did think of adding some more to right, but that would have made it more of digital art than a photo art.
-RD