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    ICM outtake from last year.
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    I do like this one Marko.

    It does seem familiar though. Have you shared it before?
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    doH - I think I may have - thx RM!
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    I like this one a lot. I can't remember if I've seen it before. The framing is a bit jarring to me though. I like the overall comp but cutting off the legs at that point feels wrong to me.
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    Looks cool. Thanks for sharing.

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    I agree with Iguanasan...
    Atmosphere is great, motion really adds up to tones and mood, but for my taste, its too high...
    I would go for lower angle in this situation and either cropped above knees, or include whole figure...
    But i guess it was an opportunity shoot and that not much time was available for messing around, so its great anyway...
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