Janome Steel

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This is my first real shot a B&W so let me know what you think. What you like and don't like and maybe what i could have done different. All C&C welcome.

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Janome Steel by shutter_shocked1, on Flickr
 
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Normally people comment either if they love the picture or if the picture needs a lot of work. Technically, your shot needs no improvement, it just isn't interesting enough to warrant a response. How about trying a more abstract, creative viewpoint? Experiment and try and think outside the box. I know it sounds clichéd but it'll lead to better pictures.
 

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I like the material, but the lighting needs some work to really pull it off. I'd try against a black background and use some really diffuse lights to accentuate the curved steel.
 

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I think the views include "guest" views.
Since only forum "members" can comment, it makes it look like you are being ignored more than you actually are.
 
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Ok thank you all for the feedback, i personally though it was in interesting image that's why i shot it, but that's my opinion. After i post a photo i guess i just get anxious to see what any comments will be.

I did try shooting this with a black background but i found it really made me strain to look at it to see the image, maybe i'm missing some techniques to do it that way. I had a speed light and on camera flash and i diffused the best i could at the time. I think i will invest a few dollars is some lamps or another flash and some diffusers.
 

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