C4C The notes of freedom

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  1. ferguson911

    ferguson911 TPF Noob!

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    I called this the notes of freedom to get your imagination going. I got my Nikon D5000 with a 28-55mm lens ans a 55-200 i believe.

    Decided to try something different with my other passion, guitars.

    I would like first of all your criticism and comments, and secondly to know, what emotion do you see in these images! Cool thing to try out

    Here we go

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    2. Slightly different mood
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    3. Another view with a 30 second exposure ( was dying to try that out)
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    Here it is!
     
  2. Fedaykin

    Fedaykin TPF Noob!

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    I like the first one best. Would have been better if there was more detail in the bottle. Nice idea for a shot.
     
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    #1 . This seems to be the better of the lot. Definitely could've been a great shot - if you would've lowered the angle of the shot, a bit more crispy lighting and also if the glare on those CDs were having some kind of symmetry...just my own thought process....:))

    #2 . I still cant understand what is that wine bottle doing there....!!

    #3. What did you really mean by this ?
     
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    fokker No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #2 looks too blatantly set up.
    #1 not too bad though also looks a bit set up.
    #3 is a delete job. It would have been better if the focus was on the guitar, but still not a very interesting shot.
     

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