"Frozen in Time" C&C

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  1. Prophet

    Prophet TPF Noob!

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    C&C Welcomed.. Which is better? How can it be improved?

    iso100 f8 .4 sec. Nifty Fifty
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    iso100 f8 .4 sec. Nifty Fifty
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    -JD-
     
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    cool idea, i like the top one better, but i think they're both a little too dark
     
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    Could you get that blue ice look like you see with ice in a glacier?
    (Don't ask me how)
     
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    maybe add blue food coloring to the water befor you freeze the watch
     
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    do that and put a blue light behind the ice.
     
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    Your white balance is off a touch because of the white ice confusing the color balance in the camera, FYI.

    Neat shot conceptually... I think the towels take away from the ice effect a bit.
     

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