Something that caught my eye

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  1. sparc872

    sparc872 TPF Noob!

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It makes me dizzy, I feel like I'm falling. I don't recognise it and it is blurred. Sorry. Not for me, this photo....... :pale:
     
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    heh, maybe you want to get a lower cost digital camera to play with for a while... film gets expensive to learn how to shoot. at least with digital, it won't cost you anything to "learn" not only that, but you get instant satisfaction in your shot :)

    you have some interesting ideas & unique perspectives, i'd keep trying... someday you'll refine it to the point where we will all Oooohh & Ahhh
     
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    Looks like railing posts. Yeah far too blurry.

    As far as composition make it "just" the railing. Lose the door and anything else.
     
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    turn your screen 90ยบ counter clockwise and it'll clear a lot up.


    i think the photo would look a lot better if you changed the exposure like so: shutter speed faster so you wouldn't get the shakes, and the apperture wider to get a smaller depth of field and compensate for the shutterspeed. apart from that, i like it. very creative indeed[/img]
     
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    lol, until you rotated it, i had no idea that it was railings in the hallway, i thought it was looking down the inside of a piano :p
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, I like this MUCH better now. :) No more unnecessary blanching here ... ;).
     

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