Nikon D40

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  1. Tasmaster

    Tasmaster TPF Noob!

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    Turning it to B&W was a last minute decision and i think i am very happy with it.

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    Very cool concept.
     
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    +1 cool concept.
     
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    Very interesting!

    Stupied Question.

    What camera did you use to take the picture of the camera? You have two cameras?
     
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    +1.... Very neat
     
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    Thank you all :).

    Jeffro, i used a Casio EX-FC100 in macro mode (technically "Flower BS mode" according to Casio - no i am not making this up). You can see it reflected on the shutter button!
     
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    Not just a cool concept ... well executed too!

    I like it and B/W seems to fit it well. You might considering filling that hole on the bottom right so that the square is complete.
     
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    Got to love the Flower BS mode!

    I love the pic and the thought you put into it! Great job!
     
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    I have no idea what you are talking about!

    Again thanks for the kind comments.
     
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    On the right side of the image is the "Menu" button ... next to that is an empty space which is on the border. That breaks the continuity of the border.
     
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    That's the screen, not an empty area! Putting some of the darker tiles near the border was a conscious decision, and the reflection breaks it up nicely. I can see what you mean though. Even the darkest part of it is not black, it's around 3,3,3 RGB on average (the border is 0,0,0). This difference is clear enough on my monitor but maybe not on everyone else's, and it does look ugly when burned to 0,0,0. I already experimented with slight dodging, and i am curious to see how it looks when printed. Thanks for pointing it out.
     

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