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    Smile Mono

    Just a shot done very early this year in Tri-X 400 (pushed to ISO 640)




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    Another one but in digital monotones.

    Interior

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    One more

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    any comments ?

    Still can't get enuf of the film look....

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    Like the 2nd one. Has strong lines and a clean look.

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    i like the third one the most . I really like the contrast. But there is one minus here. The background (outside) is rather redundant hehehe. But not your fault. Really a good picture

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    same qn.
    wat r u trying to show in those pics?

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    hmm.. nothing really.. just a non-sequence series

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    Quote Originally Posted by adityo83
    i like the third one the most . I really like the contrast. But there is one minus here. The background (outside) is rather redundant hehehe. But not your fault. Really a good picture
    thanks for the comment. it's an off-shot from a commercial job I did some months back

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    Quote Originally Posted by afiend
    Like the 2nd one. Has strong lines and a clean look.

    thanks dude. it's my personal fav.

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    any more comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    any more comments?
    Yah...
    1st - Dunno wat you're trying to show. Can't even see what it is.
    2nd - Ok la. The 2 buckets look nice, & that's all. Can't see anything special.
    3rd - Nice symmetrical shot. Agree background spoilt everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    Yah...
    1st - Dunno wat you're trying to show. Can't even see what it is.
    2nd - Ok la. The 2 buckets look nice, & that's all. Can't see anything special.
    3rd - Nice symmetrical shot. Agree background spoilt everything.
    wah.. so bad ahh..

    actually the 2nd and 3rd is part of a series but can't show it yet until it's cleared.
    1st one.. hehe too small right... paisay. will upload a larger one soon

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    love the b&w mood man!
    u have pm =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eadwine
    love the b&w mood man!
    u have pm =)
    thanks dude Replied your PM

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    Hey Sniper,

    Whats your real name btw ? Prefer to address you that way.

    I really like those graduations in colours in these shots. Exposure is nicely done. The vignetting I see, was it a PS thing ? As much as U like the 2nd shot, I couldnt quite see it the way you see it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marcwang
    Hey Sniper,

    Whats your real name btw ? Prefer to address you that way.

    I really like those graduations in colours in these shots. Exposure is nicely done. The vignetting I see, was it a PS thing ? As much as U like the 2nd shot, I couldnt quite see it the way you see it.

    His real name is Lord Ron.

    BTW, Ron the photos are ok but i am sure your client have their own theme on what they are looking for when u shoot for them. So unless u r able to show us the actual advert, will not comment too much for now.

    In terms on the technical side, it's well exposed for the first 2 shots but your 3rd range of contrast is slightly greater side.

    Acutually looking at it, it's not the background which someone mentioned earlier is distracting. It's more to the foreground which lacks details in the shadow area. Plus your table cloth is slightly over burn too. I would actually crop a little more of the dark area to balance up the shot.

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