Too abstract?

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  1. photojunky

    photojunky TPF Noob!

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    These images were shot exposing each frame 15 or 20 time times. I cant seem to remember. The background was dark but I didn’t realize it would be that dark. Do you think these are too abstract? I am going to continue shooting this style for a while. I kind of enjoy it.
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  2. jack

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    i find them attractive. i prefer the first one of the two.
    my thoughts when they downloaded in the browser were
    'CD cover-art" or backgrounds for glossy tour/album posters...
    theyd compliment some funky typesetting.
     
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    I like both of them and prefer the second.
    I believe it's the way the colors go together that appeals to me.
     
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    I think that there's too much black in these, but you are definately on to something. I really like the effect you are getting.
     
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    really attractive!! love them
     
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    I really like these photos. Care to tell us what method you're using to make multiple exposures? I'd like to try it sometime, but I'm not sure how to do it.
    Thanks.
     
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    Funky! It's like being submersed in water and looking out to see planty things lurking beyond...

    Imaginative!
     
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    I like them, the abstract affect is very appealing. I do feel like they may be just a slight bit too abstract.
     

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