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    Some shots using umbrella and SB-800... 請各位多多指導...

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    Last edited by Youhong; 28th November 2007 at 12:18 AM.
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    Stand out?

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    Or is it left out???

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    Big nut, small nut... ROTTEN nut...
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    BE DIFFERENT.... Having 3 nuts is better than having one...

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    Thanks for viewing...
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    interesting series of an everyday object.

    i like #1 and #5.. #7 is definitely very off in my book hehehe, but i guess it's something different

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    interesting series of an everyday object.

    i like #1 and #5.. #7 is definitely very off in my book hehehe, but i guess it's something different
    #7 have to go with #6... Usually, people focus on the subject in front and bokeh the rest... ("Stand out" - caption in #6)... So, I chose to include #7 which is "left out" as caption for #7...

    What I wanted to portray is that instead of the "one nut" standing out against the rest, it is being left out - isolated (in a negative sense)...
    Last edited by Youhong; 28th November 2007 at 12:32 AM.
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    i like #1 too.. =) nice peanuts.. lol!

    to portray the "left out" theme.. maybe can consider having more peanuts in the shot.. in saturated colour.. then one peanut black and white.. or something along that line?.. might be a boring method but yah.. find your "reversed bokeh" a bit weird to the eye..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssping83 View Post
    i like #1 too.. =) nice peanuts.. lol!

    to portray the "left out" theme.. maybe can consider having more peanuts in the shot.. in saturated colour.. then one peanut black and white.. or something along that line?.. might be a boring method but yah.. find your "reversed bokeh" a bit weird to the eye..
    Thought of the black and white version, but too many people are using it already... Hence I wanted something different... Maybe it is too out of focus, maybe a little OOF only will do the trick... Will try again with different subject...
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