Smoooke

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  1. mdtusz

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    I've been trying new things in photography... new to me at least even though they are wayy overdone and everyone does it a few times (smoke, water drops etc.. things like that). Here's my first attempt at smoke though. It's really luck of the draw for me to get a good looking shot, but I don't think using the nifty fifty helped. Anyways, without further adieu.

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    I know some people don't like the inverted colours or selective colour at all, but I was going for a similar look to the cover of a book I have on string theory. I like it, but wish that I had a cleaner shot. Focussing is really hard (especially without a tripod :lol:) and by this point my room was starting to become hotboxed so you can probably see a bit of coloured haze around the edges still. I took out some of it in PS but didn't bother going super close in (it's for my 365 and I only had about 5 minutes left till midnight).

    Edit: I just tilted my laptop screen so I was looking at it almost at 0ยบ and realized I missed a few spots where it was sloppy with the smoke. Depending on your monitor, you may or may not see them. They don't show up on my screen when I look straight on though.
     
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    I actually think that's fairly awesome, and now at the risk of copying you (let's say inspired by) i think i may try that myself at some point soon.
     
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    awesome!
     
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    Very cool.

    Have Fun,
    Jeff
     
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    Love it. :)
     
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    P3 Photography TPF Noob!

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    Love it! I like the colors.
     
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    Lovely! I think it would look even better as a vertical composition,however.
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    ^ I agree.
     
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    i tried shooting smoke the other day. its pretty fun to do. i recommend it to everyone.
     

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