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    Quote Originally Posted by Redstar202 View Post
    Hi,
    These are some very inspiring abstract shots. Thank you for sharing with us.
    hey thanks! pleasure's mine!

    here's another shot of my new rig today. hehe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fibredrive View Post
    hey thanks! pleasure's mine!

    here's another shot of my new rig today. hehe.


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    After people learn that you know how to fix computer and is very good at it, fixing your friend's girlfriend's uncle PC is never a pleasure. Especially the reason for asking you to visit his house is to play computer game together (after fixing that pc)
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    superb. really!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fibredrive View Post
    hey thanks! pleasure's mine!

    here's another shot of my new rig today. hehe.


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    Nice shot. Just my 2c. A tilted picture will look accidental if tilted very slightly. Better to be completely straight, or if there is a reason for it, to tilt more.

    I'm just parroting my shifus coz I myself still make the same mistakes


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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Nice shot. Just my 2c. A tilted picture will look accidental if tilted very slightly. Better to be completely straight, or if there is a reason for it, to tilt more.

    I'm just parroting my shifus coz I myself still make the same mistakes

    i've seen some of such advice before, not just on this forum for the record. my query is, why is it "better to be completely straight"? what makes it "better"? and "better" in what sense?

    "better" because it looks more pleasing to them? "better" because they are of the opinion that a slightly tilted picture looks "accidental"?

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