what light through yonder door breaks..

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  1. captain-spanky

    captain-spanky TPF Noob!

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    just finished sanding down a wooden seat and stood up to see this.
    just kinda liked it, so i thought i'd take a pic.
    it was better in real life.
     
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    it looks good I like it
     
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    Now, that's a pretty shot. I like it a bunch!
     
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    what was your main intent to capture in this shot? :?
     
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    wanted to get all the dust floating about and somehow making up a beam...
     
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    you accomplished that nicely, too bad the door is so dark. Keep shooting!
     
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    the door was pretty ratty and untidy so i wansn't sure wether it should have featured or not.... also it might have detracted from the 'beam'.. i dunno?
    If i had wanted the catch the door as well without losing the beam, what could i have done? a long exposure? or a diffused flash or something? :?
    Thanks for your help btw :)
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    achoooo! its dusty in here! Good one capt' spanks!

    I like this this shot alot, has a bit of a goth feel to it :) just would crop some of the darkness form the bottom were the sunbeams ends, but :thumbsup:
     
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    that's a great shot. Good eye.
     

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