Spooooky !!! (C&C)

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  1. kalni

    kalni TPF Noob!

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    I like this photo for some reason, its unsettling and I love the grain around the bulb. There was some PP that went into it, mostly decreased the saturation..

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    heh. That's actually pretty cool, IMO. Nice mood (not sure about spooky, but I see where you're going...), nice angles, nice exposure. Very nice.

    I might have tried several compositions on this ... it feels like it needs a little shifting and adjustment on the angles, but still... very nice.
     
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    This is pretty cool, has a feel of being down in a bomb shelter or something. Nice image :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks guys :)
    I agree, on a second look though it doesn't look all that spooky, maybe
    I should change the thread title to "The Bomb Shelter" or something.
    On a related note though, how DO you change a thread title ? I tinkered
    around but couldn't find any button or option, or am I allowed to change
    it at all ?
     
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    Reminds me of the Saw series. Definately a cool mood/concept. I'm diggin it.
     
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    Definitely an awesome grainy effect on the picture.
     
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    KenC Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Nice! Some people will tell you it's depressing (I get that all the time), but just tell them photos are like ink blots - you see yourself in them.

    Do you think it would be better or worse if you got rid of the two little white lines on the left-hand wall? I can't decide.
     
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    Nice observation! I didn't notice them before :)
     
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    Nice picture and point of view! Also the atmosphere you created is real nice... Did this need a lot of work in photoshop?

    I would have put the mirror completely in the picture and perhaps use a portrait format?

    Good work!
     
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    Reminds me of my travels in a high res. video game.
    "Half-life" or "Bioshock"
     

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