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Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by magali, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. magali

    magali TPF Noob!

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    hello,
    I would like to have your opinion and your advices on this :

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    Camera: Canon 300D
    (F/7.1 - 1/30s - without flash - ISO 1600)
     
  2. JonMikal

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    did you steal Nytmairs candle?
     
  3. magali

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    :lol:
     
  4. magali

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    well, ok, it's not really a success...
    maybe this version :

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    well now the 2nd one lokos more like a really good painting with whatever PS effect u used...it has great composition, what are the horizontal lines in the 1st one? also i would try that same pic with a lower ISO?
     
  6. Nytmair

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    I sure hope not! my mom wouldn't be too happy about that :LOL:


    nice shot there! that's at ISO 1600?? there's very little noise for that film speed. I love the shadows too :)
     
  7. Alison

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    I like the 2nd much more since you can see more of the objects on the table. I love the way the light plays off the flower petals. Really nice photo. I wonder if you could use a reflector of sorts and get just a tad more light on the right side of the photo.
     
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    #2 gets my vote. Not only are the objects a little more visible but I like the descending tone on the wall more, seems to give the picture more mood. Really like your picture BTW.
     
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    I'm the odd one out again, but I think I prefer the first. If the first were a little lighter on the right side of the pic I think it would be better. In the second one the lemon looks really weird to me...fake sort of, I guess that's why I'd pick the first one.
     

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