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  1. spako

    spako TPF Noob!

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    I made these shots for the programm of my friends final double bass exam ...she chose to use the first of these shots...
    hope you like them!

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    Very nice, first is my favourite. It has the mysterious edge.
     
  3. Very nice coloration, I really like the second one!
     
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    WOW !!! 1-st the scratchy walls always been good background in B&W ... seems as handmade drawing and of course the idea and the composition are perfect
     
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    For use on a program, first one is definitely best. And a great shot in itself.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That first one IS the pick of the bunch, I should say, even though all three are well made, actually stunning in my estimation (but you know how I feel about your photos, anyway, don't you ;)), but that first really sticks out and feels THE photo for the programme booklet.

    Your pp makes the bass seem sooo rough, so "just wooden", no paintwork, no finish seems to be on it. Very nice effect.

    Also the composition and working with her shadow on the wall is perfect. Inspiring to the max!
     
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    Wow. Beautiful!
     
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    oh yeah very very nice all three, but #1 is the winner for me closely followed by #2, love the PP work on these and the setting is perfect.
     
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    Excellent work! I love the #2, followed closely by the other two.
     

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