Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by er111a, Sep 15, 2010.
ps. not taken with my normal camera
Busy background and it looks like he has no legs.
Both hands are above the desk I see. :thumbup:
Nothing 'natural' about this shot lol.
Comic book/Newspaper dot matrix look doesn't work with this shot at all, his shirt (due to editing) blends in with the plotter in the back, and waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much headroom going on in that shot. Why shot in portrait orientation?
I dunno man, I suggest you start listening to some of the folks here and start learning the photography aspect first, before the pp stuff. Might be just me, but editing a bad shot doesn't always make it better.
I feel this as well...
I am not a huge fan of the noise/grid overlay that you used here...
But.... The above points aside... I think it's a good "idea".
Composition will be the same with any camera though, and in that sense, he has a pole sticking out of his head...unless you were going for that...try a different angle next time where there aren't things sticking out of unintentional areas
yeah thanks guys hey do yall like that printer?
Well, we can't really see it due to the grainy post processing and the contrast-y black and white. But is it an old duplicator printing press?
That makes me "...wtf?".
Cause did you want C&C on the picture or the printer? If you wanted the printer, why not just take a pic of it?
I'm sitting here staring at our 46" width plotter (printer) right now ... so no, yours does not impress me. lol
Ohhh snap! His is bigger than yours! :lmao:
I thought it was an old organ lol...
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