Piano

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  1. dinhqphan

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    It's...well...it's a...piano. And a slightly out of focus one. Anything in particular you were hoping to achieve in this shot?
     
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    how did you fit the couch into the piano? all kidding aside, i agree with what was said above...
     
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    There are a few critical things wrong with this picture. The WB is incorrect and there is motion blur.
     
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    Oh man. I could not help laughing out loud, Switch, at the prospect of a piano having a motion blur. :lol:
     
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    lol, that IS kinda funny... I like the angle on this shot, and i think if the piano were in an all white room , with nothing on it, and it was well lit, noiseless and clear, then I would like it, but there are just too many issues i have with it as is
     
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    :lol: now I can't get that image out of my head. May be next time a piano pan shot?



    as to this picture: I have to agree with the comments above. Reshoot knowing what you know now and show us the result!







    pascal
     
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    Your image is just way too warm, WB issue. While it is a fairly decent angle, it being just in a living room doesnt provide much of an interesting picture.
     
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    Somehow it seems to be more about the window then the piano. Please fill us in all the details. Set your camera to Tungsten WB.

    Love & Bass
     
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    hehe

    Oh Nooooo!!!!!


    :stun::shock::pale:
     
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    Id say get a more interesting angle
     
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    Try clearing off the stuff on top of the piano and getting closer, to reduce distracting elements. Or try focusing on just one detail of the piano. Close-ups of piano keys are classic, for example. If you use a tripod you'll help eliminate that "motion blur" and ensure that your piano stays in one place.;)
     

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