Abstract Guitar

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Wolff, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. Wolff

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    One of my first attempts at studio lighting/photography. As always, C&C's are appreciated.
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  2. Aggressor

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    I like #2 & #4

    #1. I like the perspective, but it could be better by levelling the image just a tad clockwise... It's ever so slightly off the horizon. Also just a tad more light on the body of the guitar to cue us as to what it is would make it more effective.
    #3. Again, just a kiss more light on the body.
    #5. Love the specular highlight, but the darkness on the rest of the chrome suggest to me that the photo is underexposed.

    Overall, though, I'm not really digging the purple tint.
     
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    I like #2 the best of these, but like the above poster....the purple hue isnt blowing my skirt up, so to speak.
     
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    I havent got any critique as im really not qualified to do that but just wanted to say I was trying to get images like these of my guitar a few days ago but got no where near as good as what you've done, these are the sort of images i wanted to capture, i really like them although like the other posters not keen on he purple tint.
     

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