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    using my newly bought Fuji s5700

    this guitar went thru thick and thin with me.. a tribute to her..

    C & C welcome ~~

    Last edited by tionghan; 16th May 2007 at 05:15 AM.

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    C & C ?

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    erm...nothing much, a bit too little space on the right side, a general title such as 'guitar' doesn't say much. doesn't invite me to take a 2nd look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus View Post
    erm...nothing much, a bit too little space on the right side, a general title such as 'guitar' doesn't say much. doesn't invite me to take a 2nd look.
    thanks for the comment.. you're right abt the title. just can't think of a better one
    Last edited by tionghan; 17th May 2007 at 09:32 PM.

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    how about "My Buddy" =) i love my guitar as well! hahhaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by tionghan View Post
    using my newly bought Fuji s5700

    this guitar went thru thick and thin with me.. a tribute to her..

    C & C welcome ~~

    Tionghan ... what's her name?!
    Seriously, though, as her partner, what's good?
    Isn't it the comfortable tactile feedback? The
    feeling that at day's end you can settle down
    to a comfortable session picking the strings
    so you can "find your levels"?
    I'm a 'cellist (and a pianist), so I know - this
    is NOT portrayed in the (i) vertical stance
    of the guitar, (ii) the distracting space on the
    left, (iii) the cable on the right and the stand
    at the bottom. In fact, TO ME, it's sort of cold,
    impersonal and lacks a "can you feeeeel me?"
    invitation!

    Suggestion ... get in closer; lose the stand;
    let the guitar, maybe from the bridge upwards
    both draw my eye towards the head, and
    give me a feel for the texture, the grain?
    Don't make me stand far away!!!

    Keep it up ... ... your intentions are good,
    but don't be blind to the distractions in the
    frame!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nofocus View Post
    Tionghan ... what's her name?!
    Seriously, though, as her partner, what's good?
    Isn't it the comfortable tactile feedback? The
    feeling that at day's end you can settle down
    to a comfortable session picking the strings
    so you can "find your levels"?
    I'm a 'cellist (and a pianist), so I know - this
    is NOT portrayed in the (i) vertical stance
    of the guitar, (ii) the distracting space on the
    left, (iii) the cable on the right and the stand
    at the bottom. In fact, TO ME, it's sort of cold,
    impersonal and lacks a "can you feeeeel me?"
    invitation!

    Suggestion ... get in closer; lose the stand;
    let the guitar, maybe from the bridge upwards
    both draw my eye towards the head, and
    give me a feel for the texture, the grain?
    Don't make me stand far away!!!

    Keep it up ... ... your intentions are good,
    but don't be blind to the distractions in the
    frame!
    hey thanks for the comments.. really appreciate .. ok the time when i was shooting this pic i was doing 'homework' for my music 'chores' this pic is somehow more to explain my feelings towards my overall feeling for music. and the best person to express this feeling with me is my Miu..( her name)
    the pic describe loneliness, tiredness, a seasoned lifestyle which i experienced after many being a full time musician.. the far distance described my feelings about passion for music .. somehow getting further (it sort of happen when your passion becomes your job and your job sucks) and the texture will be my confused state of mind and vision of it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tionghan View Post
    using my newly bought Fuji s5700

    this guitar went thru thick and thin with me.. a tribute to her..

    C & C welcome ~~

    My 2 cents worth.

    1. Get rid of the wire on the right frame. Spoils the picture for me.
    2. Move the guitar to the left a bit.
    3. If possible, play with the light source and move the Guitar's shadow more to the left. The height of the shadow looks OK.

    I like the grainy B&W feel.

    Regards

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    Your suggested title, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"?

    No copyright from the Beatles, of course!
    from guitars, cars to dslr...

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    hi thanks for that.. will try by using ps..

    **"Your suggested title, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"?** .. i like this title man.. tho g.harrison not ard liao but guess he woulnd't mind me using

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