Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Noonz, Jul 13, 2010.
Opinions would be great.
The first photo is very nice. I really like the multiple exposures, and the church setting is excellent for using that effect. It makes it look like the woman in the center is newly dead, and that she's entered a world similar to that in Beetlejuice.
The second and third photos just don't do anything for me.
There is another not ghost, girl @ very back left.
I did this sort of thing 50 years ago with a film SLR but I would not know how with modern digital.
Noticed that too.
And you would just take numerous exposures of each person standing at a different spot, then Pshop them in together.
#1 wow really nice! i love the tones too.
#2 when i look at it my attention gets drawn more to the blurred background and not so much on the female subject. She is looking down on the left side and there really isn't much to look on the left...if you know what i mean.. She need to at least have her head shift to the other side so we can say that all the elements on the photo belong to the picture.
I personally like the second one.......the picture suggesting a trouble lady. That how I have perceive this image. Good job.
1 is very creative, well done :thumbup:
2 I feel needs a slight crop on the far right where the corner of the brickwork is visible other than that pretty good.
3 I like as well.
#1 is great, very creative
#2 i like a lot- for the same reason as Gnowxed
#3 not much of a fan of the angle, but that's just me
Great series :thumbup:
I really like #1 as well but I see a 3rd not so translucent person. On the far right sitting. Is this even a church? They aren't pews, looks like a long bench with chairs pushed underneath. Maybe it is, but not like one I have ever seen.
Thanks for the C&C all.
Well i knew how it looked before i saved it and whatnot.. but i couldnt really do much about it. When i took the photos i forgot to take one of JUST the room with no people distracting it.. so you could say that the layer the 2nd girl appears solid in is the 'background' layer. i wasn't too fussed about it.. everybody sees things in different ways.
You're right, it's not a church.. its an old university lecture room
nice...love it. talented photographer.
Really? You go through the time and effort to stage the piece, and you're not fussed about how it's supposed to be?
It should be an easy fix considering all the work you've already done. Just place any of the other layers under the background and adjust the transparency of the girl.
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