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jnm1


May 21, 2010, 1:37 PM
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I attended the Red Rock Rendezvous Photography Clinic with John Evans in March. Great course. Here's a blog post about it and some images from the day:
http://jonclimbingon.blogspot.com/...ing-photography.html

Let me know what you think about the photos.




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Thanks for sharing.


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The thing I noticed right away was that you chopped the poor lad's foot off.


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Yeah, I agree. But unfortunately that was not a post crop. It took a while to get used to hanging and photographing at the same time. Some of my compositions weren't spot on. I wonder if I should just crop it more so it wouldn't be so odd. Maybe just below the other foot.


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