Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by ShutterSpeed, Dec 27, 2008.
You know. I might be down with number two, if there were more salt/sugar covering the table.
i can't tell if you're being sarcastic - i actually felt like i used too much.
I agree with him, there were some odd blank spots with the salt/sugar, but it could be a better shot if the table was more covered...But the first one just needs a bit of focusing work, although a good idea behind the shot.
hmm. interesting. it was salt by the way. I had seen it done before with sprinkles of salt (for our wedding actually), but I don't have a scanable image to show you. when i tried to pour the canister of salt on the table slightly..i got a pile, so i just ran my finger through it quickly spread it out.
but i can see where more would be more aesthetic.
I would like to see the plane of focus on the guitar up the fret board a little more. You are focusing on the strings but in the port. If you move the focus up to the second fret, it makes for a better shot.
I like number two, but I would keep the salt consistent. Meaning, I would fill in the two spots in front of the ring as to make a backwards "J".
I'm not sure what your going for in three. If anything, I might try putting the ring on its' side and tighten up the shot. But one and two are definitely more interesting.
P.S. Nice to see you posting some more pictures and having fun...even if you are a Nikon fan!
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