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    This is my first B&W portrait that wasn't shooting myself for practice.

    Logan by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
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    I don't know Logan but this image makes him look like a moody teenager. If that's him then you captured him perfectly.

    Excellent dramatic lighting but it feels like there is a touch of a hot spot on his forehead that you might want to burn in just a bit. Overall, I like it, and I bet you Logan does as well!
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    I'm certainly no expert on portraits, however I do like the dramatic lighting

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    I like the lighting here as well - 10% burn on the forehead and 5% on the neck would be all I'd do here.
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    Thanks for the compliment and suggestions.
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