Have some Coffee :)

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  1. Dpez

    Dpez TPF Noob!

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    Are these any good?

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    for what, I'de turn down the iso and correctly expose them, grainy still life does little for me.
     
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    right...moron me...:(..
    i shld better mind my iso...thanx...
     
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    aside from those few things, very nice shots! :thumbup: good idea in mind, but i would just work on technique. don't think that you have to add tons of filters and such in photoshop to make a picture good. usually it's just in how the pictures is taken
     
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    @Matty...
    thank you very much...
    actually i think i didn't keep in mind the noise thing while i shot...it was all the idea that was probably going in mind then...still to get hold of techinque-while-shooting and no fruitless repenting afterwards...
     
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    At first I thought these were scanned prints ... and with that I would have thought the grain/noise (as I now know) was ok and attributed to the prints having been digitalised on a flatbed scanner.

    But now I hear they are digital photos all right.
    The idea is good, and I am sure you can reshoot these at any time, this being your alarm clock and your coffee mug, and maybe you should, with a lower iso, at bit more lighting (bring all the desk lamps you have), and a firm support (mini tripod?) on which to rest your camera.
    And then just try again ;).
     
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    Wow, that's quiet a feedback...thank you very much...:)
    Ya, sure I can reshoot them...
    but one thing, my idea included the lighting condition shown here also...that is sparse natural lighting coming thru' window in the right...(I had hung a net on the window :))

    neway, I understand why u said desklamps...that wud create very glamorous pics of my alarm clock and my coffe mug eventually...;)

    Ok...I will do both...that is...i) reshoot with lower ISO on same lighting conditions; ii) reshoot with enough light...


     
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    To be completely honest... I like the grain (that's weird for me). I think it adds a certain oldness to the pictures that I really like. If that's not what you were going for then of course you'll have to reshoot but I like them just as is. Keep shooting so that I can see more of your work.
     
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    I also like the grain in these pictures. :)
     
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    I like the 2nd one, the graininess makes it look old-timey, like it was taken at 12:09am in 1945 or something.
     
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    yap, i agree on what the grain conveys in the image..but i wud like to reshoot without taking grains to be granted in sparse ligthing and one with enough lights...will repost those soon.

    @WinterHawk & EBphotography,
    1945!!!!!!!! I think sometimes i do good mistakes for the better...is it...:lol:
    thanx.
     

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