Zen rocks

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Alexandra, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. Alexandra

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    I had some lighting problems with this one... Is it too dark?

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    Personally i like it the way it is, the shadow is still quite visible, gives an eerie feel to it, love the tones + Composure, very nice shot :)
     
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    Like it. A bit out of focus but I think it's ur intention. Did u use a special lighting? Just curious. Want to try that myself.:)
     
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    :D lol, my lighting wasn't even nearly professional... Actually, the room was dark cause it was at night and i used a simple halogen table lamp...
     
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    Well, who says we need to get expensive to produce a good picture. Luck is all around eh? :D
     
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    :mrgreen:
     
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    looks good, have you thought about doing this in B&W? I bet it would look great, but then again I think everything looks good in b&w LOL :)
     
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    Actually, I took something like 20 pics of that damn rock pile :D ... In B&W, in sepia, with all the other filters i had... the B&W ones were pretty sharp, but the tones were awfull, this one was waaaaay better than all the others.
    Yepp, B&W looks good on pretty everything...
     

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