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chjing

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Thank you...so should I remain the reflection or take it off?
 

lastboltnut

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It depends on what you 1 2 show with this pic loh....

E.g. If this is a product pic for the product manufacturer, do you think you 1 the reflection there?:)

But if your intention is to show your home thru the reflection, as a record of your home and the speaker set for memory, then you can keep it loh....:)

Thank you...so should I remain the reflection or take it off?
 

lionel319

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ermmm .....

it's kinda difficult for the viewer to know from the pix that it is a bass. i only get to know it from seeing the title of your post.

Maybe should add some other elements in your pix to better illustrate that its a bass ??

just my 2cents :)
 

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Nice composition, but distracted by the reflection. The title of your shot also plays a part of your photography.

I've seen shots from other sites where the Title and Photos go hand in hand.

Maybe you could have placed the other speaker as a reflection with a clean background. And that would have captured your intentions. More often reflections are tricky. :)

Also prob play a little more with the contrast, not too light..
 

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