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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ChopstickHero, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. ChopstickHero

    ChopstickHero TPF Noob!

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    Took this over the weekend of a friend... we were doing a photoshoot. He was definitely in charge.

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    awesome shot! I love the pov and perspective :D
     
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    A big ditto!!!
     
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    digital flower No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Interesting photo. I like the two different types of towers.
    Did you consider cloning out the spikes and wires on the right?
     
  5. ChopstickHero

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    here's with wires and spikes cloned out on the right. it does look a bit cleaner with those lines out... i noticed them when i was taking the pic, but didn't really think about it much until you pointed them out again.

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    Great angle and framing - very powerful shot!
     
  7. ChopstickHero

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    any comments on which picture works better? the first or the second one? i like both of them, maybe somebody else has another opinon on it.
     
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    Think i prefer the first one chopstick - my eye is drawn to the left too quickly on the second one. Great picture tho :thumbup:
     
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    Wow, i really dig this one! : )
     
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    yeah, i had this feeling as well, the lines on the right are bolder than the lines on the left and it gives some balance to the image as a whole. for the pros out there, are there any photoshop techniques to make this pic really stand out more? or is the subtlety of it "good enough"? i'm just a beginner hobby photographer, i want all the constructive criticism i can get... :) thanks a bunch for all the comments already posted!
     

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