27th January 2006, 12:11 AM
feedbacks, comments, critics welcome...
noise added purposely.. hee
27th January 2006, 12:58 AM
i find the composition is good. However the pic will be better with you can capture the detail of the phone like the screen, and the button number if you can.
and I personally feel that the light reflection is a bit too bright, lost a bit of detail of the cloth texture.
What do you think?
27th January 2006, 08:34 AM
thanks vincent. ha.. actually initially the details of the cloth are there. But i thought the pic was slightly plain n less exciting, so i decided to play with the levels n i add in shadows, add the highlights.. am gg to work now, maybe will post anotehr version when i am home tongiht.
Originally Posted by vincenthau
27th January 2006, 11:52 AM
Would be better if the phone LCD displayed 08:41 too..
27th January 2006, 04:04 PM
he.. you are right. since my title is '841am' , i was hoping the angle of the shadows can give a morning feel.
Originally Posted by Rashkae
actually when takin this photo i did not think of the title, so guess the idea was'nt really there b4 snapping. hv to learn to think more b4 i snap.
27th January 2006, 04:15 PM
i think no harm in burning in the "nokia" tag and making it more a generic phone. it feels a little like a product placement ad, pple get distracted by familiar brand names.
it feels your image needs a second focus point, just one object (not too big/messy) to break up the focus on the phone (regardless of brand).
27th January 2006, 04:22 PM
Can you show me how to post the pictures?
I know this maybe the wrong place to ask but I have tried the method in FAQ but it did not work.
Can't wait to share the pictures....
Please don't flame me... thanks...
Oh yes.. nice picture heroneo99...
27th January 2006, 04:31 PM
Originally Posted by justshot
to post pics, you hv to upload them to any websites first.
I use http://www.flickr.com/
You can try clubsnap's Gallery also.
From there, to post the pic, you have to get the link. Eg,
then add a [img] and a [/img] infront n behind the link.
(you can "Quote" any replies with images by anyone of us, you will see the way we use the [img] tag. )
Hope this helps.
27th January 2006, 04:33 PM
Thanks foxtwo, I got your point on the brand name part.
Originally Posted by foxtwo