The Sphere of Life

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  1. JDBB

    JDBB TPF Noob!

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    Hey all, This is a recent shoot at the Montreal Biosphere Museum and nearby parc. Feel free to C&C.

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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Number one is my favourite by far, but this is a nice set overall. The Biosphere rocks!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the abstractness of Photo 4.
    And the pano view in Photo 7. The sky looks a bit artificial, though, as if it weren't the original sky and you had to patch up a sky that would match the size of the pano (funny looking immediately left of the sphere).

    The colours in 3 are so intense... they look almost over-saturated.
     
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    Lol yeah! Absolutely. Thanks so much for the comment :D
     
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    You're right on both cases. You see the problem was that the sky was waaaaay overexposed so I tried to do a bit of a mixture of two pictures with a clean blue sky. It might look at tad artificial, but I think it's still nice, don't you think?

    And yeah, the colors for the flower are a bit over-saturated. Part my Nikon d40's fault, part mine :)

    Thanks for the comment
     
  6. Crazydad

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    I really like all of these pictures. #4 is really cool, but I have to wonder what it would be like without the beam in lower right corner. It seems a bit distracting to me, pulling the eyes to that corner. Just my opinion though
     
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    You mean the outer glow on my signature? :)
     
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    Number 1, really catches my eye.
     
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    wow, gorgeous pictures. I really like how you stitched #7 together.
     
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    Thanks so much guys! Means a lot
     
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    Only if your outer glow looks like a steel I-beam...;)
     
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    Lool! Didn't even realize it was there ;) I'll see what I can do
     

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