Escher Tribute

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  1. Johnboy2978

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    Hey guys, I shot this last night. I am pretty happy with it as a first attempt with the exception of the two table lamps that are a bit blown out. Would it fix it if I changed it from spot metering to something else? What are your thoughts overall?

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  2. JonMikal

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    i love this! very very cool!
     
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    I like this shot too... I like that it's b&w too. Great composition and idea... :thumbup:
     
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    definitely a cool shot! :thumbup:

    if I may ask, where is the camera?
     
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    Yeah... where's the camera??
     
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    amazing shot!! really cool concept... & yeah, where is the camera :?
     
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    Great job :thumbup:
    I also think b/w was a good choice for this one.
     
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    very cool, like the others, the first thing i noticed was the lack of camera...only thing I can guess is its way back there in the doorway, but that might not work...anyways, excellent shot!
     
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    I think he has it sitting right behind him on the table zoomed in hidden in the dark areas behind that either that or he fotochopped it out
     
  10. Johnboy2978

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    this is before the b/w conversion and the removal of the camera by cloning in PS. The camera is over my shoulder and behind about 6 feet. Even in this version you kind of have to look close. The tripod makes it easier to spot.

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    That's an amazing shot- I can't even see the camera in that version!
     
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    I see it in the second version, but where is it in the first? Did you photoshop it out?
     

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