Strings Bridge

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  1. Sk8man

    Sk8man TPF Noob!

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    need serious critics. be "cruel"

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    I like the frame. I like the font. I love the DOF.

    I don't like the brige being centered left to right but I like its position vertically. If you moved the bridge to the right in the shot, IMO, it would be perfect.

    All in all, good work!!
     
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    take a look at version 2
     
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    Now if you could mix the two together. I like the distance on the second one and where the bridge is in the frame but I like the softness of the color, angle of the shot (maybe more like elevation), and DOF on the first (how the E strings have one in and one out of focus).

    Either way, they are good shots.
     
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    Personally I like the 1st one. Being centered isn't bothering me too much mainly because the subject fills the image more. After looking for a bit I think it is the DOF of the 2nd that is keeping me from liking it as muc as 1. I do like the positioning of 2 but not the dof.

    Just my thoughts, take them for what they are worth! Have fun and keep shooting!
     

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