Split Personality

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  1. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    :thumbup:

    Awesome! :)
     
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    MelissaMarieImagery TPF Noob!

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    Very cool!!!
     
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    There is a lot I could discuss about this image but I'm gonna leave it alone. Not going to read more into it that what I see... I love it.
     
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    javier No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Love it!
     
  6. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I hadn't thought of any symbolic meanings... Just captured what I found in that attic :) (but your comment still made me think... and laugh a bit too).

    Thanks for your feedback, guys and gals!
     
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    Oh I'd have you in stitches from what I was thinking....
     
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    Funny!
     
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    don't be offended but i find myself one of the more critical people on these forums. I don't like the blur. The photo doesn't quite seems in focus, not sure if that's because you added some gaussian blur post production or you actually got that depth of field out of the camera.... either way it feels out of focus to me. Great idea though.
     
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    loopy Brave little froggy...

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    looks great! I'll have to disagree with the above poster. Post production or not, I like the DOF.
     
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    Very original! The title sells the shot and vice-versa(Just can't do without either one). I also love how you blurred the shot with the lower extremities.
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You don't offend me in the very least –in fact, I appreciate you took the time to comment. I shoot found things, never setting anything up, handheld, and with available light. This was a fairly dim lit scene that I found, and the blur was the result of shooting at f/2.8. I wish I had been able to shoot with a faster lens for a nicer bokeh. I never add blur in post-processing, not my style at all.

    Thanks. Since I shot it at f/2.8, I didn't have a choice actually :)

    Thanks everybody for your very kind feedback.
     
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