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pplneedthelord

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hi all,
this shot was taken at the recent RSAF open house(DUH!!!).
how i took the shot. i took a reflection from a near buy helicopter's nose, then went home and flipped the image plus PP-ed the shot.

i used that title cos of the extreme left of the pic.

just wanna see how you feel bout this pic? has anyone done similar type of shots? any pointers to improve on it?

thanks
 

night86mare

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much too cluttered. keeping it simple is probably advisable here, especially when you want a "double exposure" effect.
 

nigel84

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TS, sometimes less is more. In this pic, i find that you are trying to add too many elements into a single pic. Which turns out really very badly...
 

pplneedthelord

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much too cluttered. keeping it simple is probably advisable here, especially when you want a "double exposure" effect.
i'm sorry but i've never heard what double exposure means. pls explain thank you.

yes i find it cluttered too
 

night86mare

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i'm sorry but i've never heard what double exposure means. pls explain thank you.

yes i find it cluttered too
double exposure is what you can get with film cameras

expose one frame, roll back, expose again, "stack" it on top.

certain dslrs can do it too.
 

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