3 B/W and 1 color pic from my grandma's house

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  1. Nytmair

    Nytmair TPF Noob!

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    Went over to my grandma's house for dinner and i wandered around and took some pics, here's what i got:

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    I love the perspective in the first shot. The light beams shining on the wall mimic the heater vent (or vice versa).

    Nicely done! :)
     
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    Howdy,

    Wonderful shots, I like number 3 the most. The chain looks almost surreal! Thanks for sharing!

    -Zach
     
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    thanks for the replies :D

    i was actually wandering around looking for photo ops in my grandma's house, and i guess that's a good thing to do when you are at different places, just wander around....seemed to work for me! :)
     
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    Excellent! The first frame has really strong textures and lines. Maybe crop out the light source? The second frame reminds me of Robby the robot from "Forbidden Planet" fame. The 3rd and fourth shots are very surreal!
     
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    I think very much alike I guess. I kept holding up a piece of paper up to my screen to crop it out. :)
     

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