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    did this by 'torch painting' a spinning blue windmill, personally i like the effect of the light on the reflective surface. what do u guys think? all comments welcome


    thanks in advance

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    nice, i like dark shots, meaning dark mostly andjust the subject lit. but, it makes me wonder a little whats it, maybe u could zoom in more to it?

    just my Opinion. Where was this taken and settings? tripod i presume?

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    Hmm, it's quite nice, but there seems to be some stray light cutting down from the top left to the bottom right which distracts from the windmill. What's that light?

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    it was just taken on my desk, with only a torchlight as the light source. i think iso was 200, aperture abt f/7.1 and shutter speed either 30s/bulb; and yup, i used a tripod.
    abt zooming in, i was wondering what i shld probably frame the pic; like just the entire windmill of something.
    i will clone out some of the 'stray light' and post another pic soon

    thanks for your comments!

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    The colour is nice since I do like blue colour, but can't make up whether is it a windmill, and neither does the photo 'tell' me anything...

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    Great technique but nothing else...

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    Quote Originally Posted by king2penn View Post
    Great technique but nothing else...
    agreeable, any other ways to achieve other forms of effect? variations to complement experimentations perhaps

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    Quote Originally Posted by king2penn View Post
    Great technique but nothing else...
    any ideas to improve the pic? maybe i could do some photoshopping or retake the pic

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