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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by duncanp, Dec 26, 2005.

  1. duncanp

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    A few pics i took in my room when i couldnt go out.... this is my first attempt at stuff like this so all critique or advice is welcome

    Sorry about the size of the first few


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    I like #3 the best :) The white background looks good and the lighting looks good to me too :D Too bad the deoderant stick was a little dirty :p
     
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    thanks :D
     
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    If you're doing close ups then attention to detail is paramount.:D

    Play around with the lighting a bit from different directions and levels using desk lamps if need be. Also try getting your subjects from angles possibly nobody has seen before!:thumbup:

    #4 looks good. Just needed a little more light on the shoe or maybe a half to one stop less exposure to lose the sheet over the toe end.:thumbup: :D
     
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    thanks i was kind of inpsired by your xylophone shot :D, but i have no where near the same amount of skill as you...
     
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    Don't be fooled! :lol:

    I have little skill yet! That Xylophone shot was from about 8-9 shots from a whole 36 exposure film that turned out how I wanted them to! The result of 6 hours of experimenting :lol:

    All the rest are rubbish, but with my notes I should have a higher success rate next time!
     
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    i took around 30 lol most of them are on my online photo album
     

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