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passed this girl when cutting through an alley in Chicago..
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DarkestJourney Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2007
Lucky thing you did cut through that alley, this is a fantastic shot!
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flaery Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
The bike looks like it's about to take off. It's interesting with her boots, though, because they're not typical biking shoes. :)
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blairsavage Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2007   Photographer
ha! That's what I ride my bike in!

And this is a wonderful photo.
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toaster917 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2007
Great depth, even though she's sitting still there's a lot of movement in this pic!
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garageolympo Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2007
:thumbsup: Nice work.
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SunSunich Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
how come even the trite bicycle looks like museum classics?! unusual story behind this one. i can hardly believe you wintessed this occasionally for it might look like a set up scene. :D good one
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negative-cr33p Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007  Student
ahhh im in love with your photos!!
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igorizzy Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007
that is great focus,man...
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Orzz Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007  Professional Photographer
good shot!
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Dagas Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007
nice photography :)
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BlkDragon96 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007
That big brick fuzzy on the left is so functional, but I don't understand why. xD
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fahrmboy Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007  Professional Photographer
A girl and a bike -- it's a beautiful thing. :)
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anugerah-ilahi Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cooolllllll
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FuckOffffff Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Good phootgraphy. Exactly the sort of style I was taught at art school; yeah good stuff! :) Excellent tonal ranges as well. :thumbsup:
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scotthosner Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007   Photographer
really?

my first impression is that this is a great photo and a kick-ass subject (girl), but i think the tonal ranges are too much (too photoshopped).

i love this photo nonetheless!
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DCBSupafly Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
I like this a lot, especially the contrast due to the tonal range, but what makes it look a little too vivd for life to me (the photoshoppyness?) I think is the way the perspective/composition draws your eye down the street to the left, but not towards the focal point, the girl. I don't see this as a problem, but I am unnerved, maybe the same way you were, by the blurring of the column that's so close on the right-hand side. The girl is also in shadow while the bike is in light.

All that being said, I think the perspective is awesome, it's exactly the incidental angle that one might see this from in reality: while walking down the street, after you pass a column, you notice cowboy boots out of the corner of your eye. I like the surreal quality of the image because of its composition.

...Nice photo er0k
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DCBSupafly Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2007
Something like that. Just trying to point out why I like it
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scotthosner Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2007   Photographer
ehh it looks like a cartoon. if that's what you were going for, cool.
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FuckOffffff Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
15yrs Photographic experience can't be wrong,.. ;) Look at your image in detail, you have all the tones from white to black and back again,. all how a B&W image should be. :)
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