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shiruikage

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hello...took this foto in class recently.
setting is ISO200, auto focus, matrix exposure. not sure the shutter speed since i used my camera phone. paiseh paiseh.

well...i would like to have a critic or comments on the composition, and the settings. since i'm just starting out on this road, hope can get helpful tips from the veterans.

thank you for ur time. :)
 

calebk

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Don't understand why the other phone, the people, and the whole surrounding is there, and what it has to do with the title.
 

nysheng

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hmmz..be prepared for some erm...nasty comments from more discerning pple.. cause quite frankly (IMHO) this doesn't even constitute a snapshot.
the bg is far too distracting and too overwhelming.
and i'm not sure which is ur focal point.. the bottle of the pic of the bottle on ur phone..
mayb u would like to try another kind of angle or idea to express ur theme?
 

shiruikage

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I realize and asked myself, "why the heck did i took that foto?".

hmmm, nysheng, after reading ur comment, i think i get what ur saying. if u put it that way, i guess what i really want is to capture my fren's fon taking the foto of the bottle. in my mind, i see the fon with the bottle bracketed on the screen, and the blurred bottle in the bg. somehow...it turns out this way...don understand why really. :(

calebk, my title 'bottled' is supposed (supposed to lar...it came out wrong as it seems) to present the image of the bottle being 'bottled' withing the screen of the fon. sort of a pun when u consider oni bottles bottle things...makes sense? hard to put it in words. no wonder they say a pix is worth a thousand words.

and once again, i am grateful for the honest comments. :) i'm trying to improve, so pls throw more bones my way. :)
 

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