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  1. ShelleySnapz

    ShelleySnapz Photographer for hire!

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    Please explain the photo and the background.....where and what???
     
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    This picture looks familier... =) Great shot Shelley... =)
     
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    Hmmm...do you work at a movie theater? :D
     
  5. ShelleySnapz

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    Ok here is the scoop...Some friends and I were allowed free reign at the Historic Palace Theater www.lockportpalacetheatre.com/index.html We spent about 4 1/2 hours shooting inside there, from the basement to the theater, to prop rooms to dressing rooms! This particular shot was taken in the projection room. Right now they are currently showing this movie. The film was just laying around, part of it was on the floor so I picked it up and put it on a table and shot it.

    Howd I do?
     
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    OK.... now we have a story to go with the shot.

    So that's a movie film can.....

    Your DOF idea is good up front, but the back could have been a bit more in focus. Try something else using that same type of effect.
     
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    No this isnt a movie film can....its the actual film....The shallow DOF was intentional, I wanted both the back and front end of the film to be out of focus.
     
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    Sorry, I misunderstood.....

    Then you acheived what you intended.....nice.

    At least I know what it is.
     

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