Gravestone - low light-bulb photo

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  1. Zoolfoos

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    This was from the first time I had photographed people for the entire shoot. Previous to this I had done mostly landscapes and scenic things. But I guess I got lucky on this one. I was messing around with the flash. I held the lens open for probably about 7 seconds and had my friend run around this gravestone.

    If the quality seems below what it should be you can thank my scanner. The tombstone is a little bit brighter and easier to see in the actual picture.

    Please post your thoughts... reactions etc. I'm a high school student planning on possibly going to an art school for college. I'm currently taking a basic photography and darkroom class and am grateful for all advice and comments.

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    nice multiple exposure! i was going to comment of the two faces, but at the last moment i saw the third. :thumbsup:
     
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    very nice multiple exposure... I feel as though the darkness at the top of the picture is a bit heavy...
     
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    Yeah... That's my main problem with it. I feel like all the darkness at the top overpowers the subject. The original had even more. I cropped as much as I could, though.

    And thanks for all the responses!
     

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