Incandescent life in sepia

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    Well. I mean. Yea. It's a lamp. A bit soft, but then that could be nice, if there were something other than the lamp here. Needs something more to (or a different approach) to push this beyond a shot of a lamp.
     
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    i think it's mostly about the scanner in the back.

    is that an all-in-one?
     
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    I was lucky to have a depth of field that made that all-in-one scanner and chair blurred. It was a careless shot. I just want to emphasize the unique results of shooting in color digital and then converting it to sepia using also the same NikonD40X. I also used micro lens 7 feet away from the lamp. They're all experimental.
     

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