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  1. mistakendavis

    mistakendavis TPF Noob!

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    ok so last night around 2am while i was in bed i felt the need to be creative i havnt been able to shot much latley, so i grabed the camera and tripod and went into the living room. this is what i came up with, it is looking out my back door and the street light casting the shadows from my deck on the floor. let me know what you think.

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  2. lizheaemma

    lizheaemma TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    I like this, it almost looks like there is a dog made of light standing in the doorway!
     
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    very imaginative :p
     
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    :shock: Dude it's close encounters of the third kind! I love it, I would love it more without the lens flare but its still awsome even with it. Great work.
     
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    Kind of interesting. I might actually lose the big sun-burst at the top though. It almost detracts from the lit lines of carpeting.
     
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    Good looking out!!! John pointed out the SPECULAR highlight and I agree. Nothing a tight crop could not cure.
     

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