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  1. Digital Matt

    Digital Matt alter ego: Analog Matt

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    It's a photomanip consisting of 3 images that I took in my little tabletop studio setup. These are some of the first images shot with my new 20D.

    Let me know what you think! :)
     
  2. Tuna

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    Looks pretty darn good to me. Great idea and PS work as well.

    Tuna
     
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    excellent Matt! 20D eh? how do you like it?
     
  4. Digital Matt

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    Thanks Tuna, and thank you JonMikal.

    I love the 20D. Everything about it is quality.
     
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    Excellent concept!!! I think the blood could have used more blue and black; it kind of looks like ketchup. The drop on the seamless adds a great touch, but again I would like to see some color.
     
  6. Digital Matt

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    Thanks Craig. Maybe you are right about the color of the blood. I think this looks more like movie blood than real blood, but to the average person, that's probably more what they think of.
     
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    Ditto!

    There is nothing to say about your work. Your work is by default top-notch! You should register at BlackBook
     
  8. mentos_007

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    damn.. the idea is great :) and the wuality of it.. but the blood is disgusting :D
     
  9. Digital Matt

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    Thanks Dan :) You are too kind. As far as BlackBook, I'm not really a stock photographer. I don't have an agent like any of those guys either. That seems way out of my league.

    Thank you mentos. Sorry to gross you out :p
     
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    I thought BlackBook was primarily a directory for photographers/illustrators in all fields. For example, here is the listing of photojournalists in the NE. Blackbook, I hear is on every Art Director's desk. Its the Yellow Pages for photographers and Illustrators. Do check them out!
     
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    very creative. always looking forward to more from you.
     
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    Matt,

    I was just marveling at all of your photography, and was curious what camera(s)/lenses you were using before the 20d.
     

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