Cabin Fever Shots - C&C Anyone?

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  1. Bugs81

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    It has been brutally cold here in NYC and I have an incredibly bad case of cabin fever.

    Here are some recent shots, any C&C would be appreciated by all means.

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    The first one gives a gloomy feel. Not to good for shooting the subject but maybe the plant isn't the subject ur shooting. But the mood. 2 the subject I think would look good with a little more of the deck but I like it. 3 is nice and simple.
     
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    Points taken Stormchase, thank you for the feedback.
     
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    IMO for #2 the colors of your subject are matching nicely with the environment so that's a big plus working for you. Placement of the subject is not so great. I'd have turned the watering can 45+ degrees toward the camera so you could see more of the part where the water would come out.

    Also you could move the can further back to the right - I think the light there created a nice mood for still life.

    #1 hmmm - a but dull. Not a keeper. Hard to tell what your concept was in that one.

    #3 also appears a bit uninspired. Simply a shot of a game controller - nothing more, nothing less. Try to play more with light and contrast or DOF.
     
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    Cabin fever...
    I have nothing exciting unless you want to see a dumb sleepy dog.

    At least you are 'shooting' something!!!
     
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    Thanks for the C&C creisinger, much appreciated.
     
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    Sure thing! :thumbup:
     
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    I like the watering can pic, its nicely framed and the colours are great.
     
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    Well I should have commented in my last post that while I like the watering can, I may have played with different angles to shoot it.
    BUT...I was not there to see what a situation you are in, so I cannot be a judge.

    I like the can the best. It is more interesting...and I like the colors in it.
     
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    Thanks Mulewings~, the watering can shot has definitely grown on me.

    I took those while I was visiting my folks on Long Island over the holidays.
     

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