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    Grasping edges

    Last edited by sarahashleyphotos; 04-27-2009 at 03:03 PM.
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    Since nobody replied, I will comment since i've looked at the post several times. I can only comment from an aesthetic perspective, since I have little experience in photography. Like i've said in other posts, I really like your work and LOVE many of your photos on Flickr.

    From an artistic standpoint, this photo is amazing! I mean it's extremely abstract, and creative.

    It's definitely not one of my favorites of yours. I would like to see a larger version, because the small one seems to almost look like it was completely made in photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DScience View Post
    I would like to see a larger version, because the small one seems to almost look like it was completely made in photoshop.
    Strange I hear that a lot with my shots that have this glass hand in them. Well the hand is a glass mannequin hand that would normally be used to display jewelry. I had a big mirror in my studio that I used to use for some product shots but I stepped on it and it has broke so that is whats in the hand. I dident have anyone to help me out with this so I had to tape the doll to a extra light stand. So thats the set up for this one oh and there was one strobe on the hand to the left.

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    im no expert either so i cant comment other than i find your image utterly terrifying. something about broken glass and a doll face.......... but one thing i liked a lot....that beveled edge on the mirror that doubles the doll face is really dramatic. im terrified, but i love this picture.

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    I dont know what can i say but pic look nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhineAndDine View Post
    im no expert either so i cant comment other than i find your image utterly terrifying. something about broken glass and a doll face.......... but one thing i liked a lot....that beveled edge on the mirror that doubles the doll face is really dramatic. im terrified, but i love this picture.
    Thanks I was going for a scary look with this photo. =)
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