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    Default Morning light

    For your critique

    Last edited by Ben1223; 23rd December 2005 at 07:45 AM.

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    Default Re: Morning light

    Lovely colors.

    I almost thought I was looking at Florence, but then I saw the three-pin plug!

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    Default Re: Morning light

    I can see ur shadow at the bottom left corner...should crop it away

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    Quote Originally Posted by choo
    I can see ur shadow at the bottom left corner...should crop it away
    Didn't know it was mine. Thought it was a shadow from all the stuff on the dining table.

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    Default Re: Morning light

    wah.. u pple are really very observant... didn't realise any of the mentioned points until you all pointed them out.

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    hi,
    my view is that it would be better without the peripherals like
    the 3 pin plugs, phone and the air con controller. a tigther
    view may be better.

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    Default Re: Morning light

    Quote Originally Posted by psioncraze
    hi,
    my view is that it would be better without the peripherals like
    the 3 pin plugs, phone and the air con controller. a tigther
    view may be better.

    ditto that. plus perhaps you can consider shooting from the other side, so you hide the phone and dangling wire and maybe block out the 3-pin socket etc.. although your own shadow may become a serious problem.. if you can try that shot again otherwise next time shoot from a few angles ; )
    Many are culled, few are chosen

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    Default Re: Morning light

    Was trying to shoot the effects of the morning light on common things found as is in a room.(including shadows, though I didn't know it was my shadow). Are the 3-pin plug and phone really that distracting? I consciously included them when I framed the shot. I purposely used a 24mm for this shot to get more things in the frame.

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    Here's one taken at the same scene a few minutes after the wide angle shot.
    This time using a 105mm lens.


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