Flourescent light C+C

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  1. j-dogg

    j-dogg TPF Noob!

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    Intentionally underexposed to show the texture and color of the wood.

    First is daylight, second is tungsten.

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    EXIF data is flawed, this was shot on my EOS/Nikon adapter with a Rokinon 28mm f2.8, at f2.8, 1/100, ISO 200, manual focus and manual mode. No filters.
     
  2. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    I prefer the overall look of the first image. I prefer the specific composition of the second image, and think it has the better placement of the tube in the frame, but the rendering of the wood panel ceiling is not as nice in the second photo.
     
  3. Arkanjel Imaging

    Arkanjel Imaging No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    ^^ agree.

    Pretty good processing though. You have made a mundane object into very interesting image. Well seen and captured.
     
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    Robin Usagani Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    what Derrel said plus I think the first one has the correct WB.
     
  5. j-dogg

    j-dogg TPF Noob!

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    I too prefer the first one but I thought I would put the tungsten lighting out as well just for fun.

    thanks :thumbup:
     
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    Cool capture. I also think the first is the better by far. The grain of the wood really 'pops.'
     
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    I really liked the first one, cool picture.
     

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