S I M P L E

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  1. Miss Cogs

    Miss Cogs TPF Noob!

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    I took this for a contest I'm entering on deviantART. Basically, I had to take a picture based on what was simple in our eyes. May tagline for this photo was Beauty in our eyes
    Is nothing at all, when you see
    It S I M P L E
    Anyways, I hope you enjoy this photo.

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  2. Robert Scott Photography

    Robert Scott Photography TPF Noob!

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    Well Simple isn't really a word I'd use for this one.. it's an interesting photograph that makes one start to think.

    Something about this is leading me off though, it's either the softish focus or the fact that the whole thing is a bit washed out.
     
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    Definitely interesting, and I agree with Robert; I don't think 'Simple' when I see it, that's merely my opinion. I would suggest though that it might benefit from enhancing the hair. The washed out appearance works on the face, but not on the hair.
     
  4. Miss Cogs

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    It's a shame I don't have photoshop, eh?

    Anyways, simple was meant for the pure fact that beauty is nothing at all when you look at it as simple.

    Thankfully the contest encouraged us to not take photos of things with a lot of negative space.
     

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