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Tough in White ::Stock 8:: by spiked-stock Tough in White ::Stock 8:: by spiked-stock
This is the series for ~albonia, whose work you should totally check out ;) The idea through this is...wrestler. xD

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(c) spiked-stock


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lerosenoir Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008
Pictures throughout the whole series are blurry! These pictures could have been SO useful too. :(
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spiked-stock Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008   Photographer
I'm sorry. My camera sucks, and I don't have money for a new one. Though I'd rather you have said nothing at all than made me feel like crap about all of it >.<
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lerosenoir Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
I'm just telling you what the truth is.

I'm a student of Graphic Design, so I know that for stock photography to be useful, it MUST be clear and of a decently large size.

And I didn't say anything rude. I was just telling you that they could have been useful, if they weren't blurry. I didn't know if the camera was at fault, or if it was accidental blurriness. I was just bringing your attention to the matter.
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spiked-stock Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008   Photographer
wellp, thank you. But I do this for free, for no other reason than some people do find it useful. -shrug- There happen to be a ton of people who use it purely for anatomical reference, which is freakin' awesome. But they are not manipping photos, so this works for them. If I got money for what I did, ya damned straight it would be perfect and clear and much better lit. Unfortunately, I don't get paid, so I do it for free and for fun. It's not so fun to be told what I've spent so much time on is useless though. >.>
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lerosenoir Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
Again, only a couple were blurry. Thus, it was most likely accidental. And only a couple out of the whole lot you've done, does NOT add up to a great amount of time. But seriously, you should know this as you are old enough to know, That is life! You will be criticized. But don't think of what I said as criticism. I meant it to be helpful, so that you could keep in mind what is more useful.

Plus, clear photos do make better anatomical references. Just sayin'. I do have a traditional art background, I would know.
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lerosenoir Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
Also, I forgot to mention, some of the photos in this series ARE NOT blurry. And that's why I wanted to bring it to your attention. A lot of them are of a decent quality. So, it was just strange to see good quality and then poor quality, all of the sudden.
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