Another day at school...

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  1. Ducks_own

    Ducks_own TPF Noob!

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    I had yet another relatively boring day at school... Thankfully, I had my camera. So these shots were what I got:

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    tell me what you think.
     
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    I am liking the piano, but nothing really special. What effects did you apply to the top few photos?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Took me a while to figure out the music lesson photo since I did not recognise all at once that it is the reflection of the music room in the tuba, but after I found out that that is what I am seeing I began to like it. In both versions.
     
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    First, all the different modes I used were one called 'illustration' which makes it look like it was drawn (that's on my camera) I used that one on he first one, and the one of the eye.

    then for the TROMBONE shots, there's a mode that gives concentrations of light a cross-filter.

    The piano one I just took regularly.

    P.S. The music shot are of the bell of a TROMBONE, I play one so I really wanted to clear that up.
     
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    OK. Bell is one word that I didn't know but now do. Thanks for that. That part is the "BELL" ... good.
    And it is a trombone.
    Good.
    It wasn't that obvious from the start. ;)
     

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