A good night's sleep?

Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by Axel, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. Axel

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    Let me know what you think...

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    Shame about the door edge being in the shot.

    The subject though? I got to admit, it did bring a smile to my face :) thanks.
     
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    at least they're clean :shock:
     
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    The harsh lighting and lack of color makes them look rather unappealing. This one just definately does not work for me. :(
     
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    Being someone with a borderline panty fetish, I can't help but love ths shot :lol:

    But I agree about the door edge; I hate it when I take a great pic, but there's something that doesn't belong but you can't crop out, and might even be hard to clone out. It's like, "DOH!"
     
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    To much of just a snap shot, direct flash from camera. Would look better with a soft light from an angle and maybe a nice soft focus effect.

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  9. Axel

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    Actually very true! It would look better with a softer lighting and in color! Thanks for the advice.

    And to all the rest thank you too for giving an hosent opinion!!!
     
  10. mygrain

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    I don't know...the light harshness seems almost commentary of what is going on around the shot. Almost photojournalistic or a slice of life snapshot...Add some "film grain" to it in PS or it's like and see what happens.
     
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    This image is powerful. It jogs the imagination and creates a story that is limited only by personal perceptions. This picture talks!
     

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