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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by rider81, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. rider81

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    had my guitar out n just snapped this. sure this shot has been done b4

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    I am digging the lines, but just cant get into it. Not sure what it is.
     
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    I know what erose86 is saying, but I quite like the fact that it's only one fret in focus, kinda showing you where the finger goes (in a crude way I know).

    I like it as a picture and I like it as a piece of art.
     
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    I like the pictures. But it to me is to much of a"bulls eye" everything is almost perfectly centered, and your eye goes straight to the dot.
     
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    ART IS ART. Great shot. Period.
     
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    I agree that the in focus area should be in the top third.

    People do tend to start at one of the upper corners when viewing a photo but they still perceive a photo as they would viewing real life.

    The in focus area constitutes a full stop and having it closer to your feet than the perceived other end of the photo makes the shot seem a bit claustrophobic.
     

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