Transformer. And a train.

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  1. starving4rtist

    starving4rtist TPF Noob!

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    Well, more of a track than a train.
     
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    #1 is a very good looking shot

    #2 looks like it is realy cool...but its so dark I can hardly see anything...I'd like to be able to see more texture in the trees and that area
     
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    it's supposed to be mostly silhouetted right? i like it, nice shape of the trees
     
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    Yeah, it's supposed to be that way. I couldn't get any detail out of the trees even if I wanted to, the negative has no detail but black there.
     
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    StvShoop TPF Noob!

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    i learned the same thing with my cat today. it's a simple battle of lumens versus... nothing! couldn't get any part of it visible without totally blowing out the window
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    anyway, i like yours better as a silhouette. nice 2d stuff with the railroad
     
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    okey its starting to grow on me more the way it is...I would still prefer a bit more detail...but since thats not possible...still a great shot!
     
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    I think you said you're using the film that is developed like color, but comes out black and white. The other ones were like a color photo greyscaled, these look like the genuine thing.

    Nicely done.
     
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    I like the second one a lot. It leaves something to the imagination...gives it kindof a mysterious mood. Good job!
     
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    I agree, it's very nice! Good texture in the first one.

    Nice shots! Keep it up :D
     
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    I like that train image, makes me thing of "Something Wicked This Way Comes" :)
     

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