Hey Shark, How's this for.......

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by canonrebel, May 18, 2004.

  1. canonrebel

    canonrebel TPF Noob!

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    Shark, How's this for Framing?
    Would you modify this frame or trash it?
    How would you frame it?
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    The Rebel
     
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    That's better than most frames I've seen. At least not as gaudy. I don't care for the blend from image to frame, though.

    I know I'm not Shark, but I butt my nose in everywhere.
     
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    Hey markc, thanks for your input. It is appreciated. I don't have anything to teach--I'm here to learn. It's hard to look at my own creation with an objective eye and that's why I seek out honest observations (like yours). ThanX
     
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    sorry but i really don't like computer generated 'frames' like that.... but that's just IMO...
    much prefer a flat border... either black, white or a complimenting colour but just flat. It makes a point of the picture and i feel sometimes a 'frame' like the one above takes away a lot of atmosphere... something which that picture has PLENTY of :)
     
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    Hehe, now you're making me feel like the 'photo border police' reb! ;-) :p

    I think this one is okay. I still like to focus just on the shot and not worry so much about borders. Speaking of the shot itself, wow, what a great ethereal feel you got with this one! It's so tough to take good fog photos, and this one really works. Just for variance sake, I wonder what a slightly higher contrast and/or black&white version would look like...
     

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