Love in the mirror...

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  1. DramaDork626

    DramaDork626 TPF Noob!

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    olympus digital, no flash, taken in a mirror obviously...
    *sigh* I can see him when I look at myself in the mirror, yet that barrier...
    when your beloved is far away, its like they are right there with you but out of limits.
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    interresting !! I like it.

    like the way the hands form a heart shape. there is a little bit of motion blur/camera shake on the pic that does bother me

    Hanno
     
  3. vixenta

    vixenta Hands Off Me Haggis!

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    I really like the effect of this shot, it seems built with emotion, and to the blurriness, i think it depends on the person, i don't see it as a problem but it would be interesting to see it a bit more sharper. All in all a good shot.
     
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    I REALLY like that one DramaDork! It took me a moment to realize what I was looking at. At first I only saw two hands coming together. The fact that one was blurry bothered me until I saw that it was a reflection.
    I think this one is very, very good. It forces you to pay attention. I think you really hit it on this one. Great job.
     
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    absolutely awesome shot....great job, and very creative....love the concept and the creativity.....

    way to go, girl...
     

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