a horse with the queen

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  1. Rob A

    Rob A TPF Noob!

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    hey guys, what do you think of this? im thining of puttin it into my project for 'metal'

    please critique

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    Nice use of shallow DOF.
     
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    hey, great image, good DoF
     
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    That's gorgeous. The contrast and DOF is perfect, and love the grain too. Nice work.
     
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    nice shot!
     
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    Very nice, except I would like to see the queen not directly behind the horse and a little seperation between both. Just my opinion.

    Eric
     
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    I feel that the pic would benefit from a slightly lower angle. Personally I think it would look better if you were looking at the piece from the same level as it. Just my 2.
     
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    yeah dof is perfect, the subject is good too really works with the B&W.
     
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    wow, thanks guys. i do actually have one at the same level but i didnt like it as much as it just has a grey background. in this i liked the chess board squares in the background. thanks for all your opinions!! :thumbsup:
     

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