More for C&C please...

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  1. EleanorW

    EleanorW TPF Noob!

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    1- iso100, 60mm, f5.6, 1/8th

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    2- iso100, 28mm, f4.5, 1/10th

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    3- iso100, 18mm, f4, 1/10th

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  2. EleanorW

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    Wow 44 views and no comments.. are they that bad? LOL :lol:
     
  3. o hey tyler

    o hey tyler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I really like 1 & 2, just because I have a soft spot in my heart for weathered, and forgotten items. I think 2# is a great candidate for HDR if you can go back and do that.

    #3 personally doesn't do anything for me however.
     
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    don't like 2 or 3.. too bright for my liking.
    number 1 is not bad.. but doesn't speak to me.

    I'd break the glass, so it would create that "web" of cracks.. stand glasses up and shoot from the floor.
     
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    I'm not sure they work for me Eleanor - I love the other shots you've done which are of the genre but for some reason i just don't have the same love for these.

    IMO
    1. Looks a bit too 'staged' for want of a better word.
    2. The light which seems to be coming from the far side of the room appears to be washing out or over exposing some of the detail. Also, the door on the right hand side, which i'm assuming is from a fridge, is a bit distracting.
    3. For me, the floorboards hanging down are more of a distraction than a feature.

    Sorry - as i say, i love the others you've done in this area!

    cheers

    Rob
     

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