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Nov 22, 2006 18:56 |  #1

Something I was playing around with a while back, C&C apprieciated

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Nov 22, 2006 19:18 |  #2

With a little more clutter you would have my desk. I think that the photo is too dark other than that I like the comp.


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Nov 22, 2006 20:20 |  #3

Cool concept, I'd really like to see this in HDR so that there'd be more detail to the background.


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Nov 23, 2006 00:09 |  #4

I like it dark. It makes you look longer at it, trying to see what all is on your desk.


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Nov 23, 2006 01:40 |  #5

I like the concept. I see potential for a wide angle close up from the key board looking up.


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Nov 25, 2006 20:46 |  #6

Thanks for the comments and ideas guys.




  
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Nov 26, 2006 00:15 |  #7

Did you sneak into my home and take a pic of my desk?



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Nov 26, 2006 00:56 |  #8

Renboy wrote in post #2302200 (external link)
I like it dark. It makes you look longer at it, trying to see what all is on your desk.

I agree.. I probably looked around the image for 5min. or so.
and isn't that kind of the point... to have others look as long as we can make them?

Nice concept Protium!

Now clean that desk... it makes my OCD act up. :)


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