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A couple from New Orleans

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    For harsher critiques -
    shot 1 - I see the juxtaposition of the sign and the player, but it's too busy IMO.
    If it were mine I might crop all the people out on the left all the way to the violinist's back.

    shot 2 - also looks too busy for me without a strong enough focal point.

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    Not harsh at all, I wasn’t big on these images to begin with. I had a bad day of shooting. I guess out of practice.
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