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Matt gets rear ended and Ryu goes to Japan to shoot some women’s sumo.
Light. Must say, it’s getting better. This one was the best of 2016 in terms of quality of photos entered. Good job. Now get us some more. More people should participate, because it’s, you know, free. For your next assignment, you are responsible for …
… objects in the foreground. I did say 33.33% of your frame should be covered by an object (subject) in the foreground. The main subject should be in the rear and in focus. Good luck.
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