Series: 'The Invitation'

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  1. tekzero

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    So i got a wedding invitation from my friend, we are both 24.. anyway i took his invitation, and different pieces of it, took some slower shutter shots of it, of different parts, showing dates..locations..name etc. I plan to mount them vertically from top to the bottom as you will see them below, and mount them onto a black posterboard so they cuold have something better than just a an invitation for them to remember, and they could have this forever...check it out:

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    ooohhh, i like Micah! really nice series.

    i LOVE the DOF in "one and a guest..." and "celebration..."
    the colors are nice and warm too... good job!
     
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    What a stunning idea! They're going to treasure that gift for a long time to come.

    Great execution of a well thought-out idea. I tip my cap to a super effort! :)
     
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    what he said. :salute:
     
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    what they said!
     
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    ^^^ Ditto. :) Very nice idea, great work.
     
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    Can't believe you actually pulled off a decent series from something so simple. The only suggestion would be some white balance. (I'm prejudice against tungsten. Maybe not true white, but just a sugguestion.) I like it though. Good stuff. Was that a macro lens or stackable magnifiers?
     
  8. tekzero

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    well i think the colors it gives, (regarding your w/b suggestion),gives a warm feel, the lighting i used has a light brown cover on a lamp, to give that light to begin with...it was just the macro function of my Nikon 8700..
     
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    BUMP almost a year later
     
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    Now thats cool. Awesome idea, and well done also.
     

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