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Nov 02, 2008 15:14 |  #1

This was a project I did for my college class that worked for the assignment, but I was unable to use it.

IMAGE: http://fc03.deviantart.com/fs33/f/2008/307/8/2/Death_of_an_Archer_by_Thy_Fox.jpg
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This is straight from the camera, nothing other then resize and adding the copyright.
All C&C welcome.
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Nov 03, 2008 18:17 |  #2

Wow, 49 people looked and no replies.
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Nov 04, 2008 07:33 |  #3

Interesting :) Perhaps a little bit of a play with brightness/contrast wouldn't hurt.
Why were you unable to use it?


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Nov 04, 2008 07:40 |  #4

i dont really know what this is suppose to be... but i do like the leaf covering his "man" parts! hahahaha....


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Nov 04, 2008 12:00 |  #5

It's different and somewhat interesting, but I would think you could find something better to use all that expensive equipment on. --Rick


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Nov 04, 2008 17:14 |  #6

First off, thanks everyone.

photobitz wrote in post #6620854 (external link)
Interesting :) Perhaps a little bit of a play with brightness/contrast wouldn't hurt.
Why were you unable to use it?

This is straight from the camera, no processing.

It does not look professional enough for the assignment. I was trying something other then the standard vase with a flower and a cloth backdrop.

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Nov 04, 2008 22:23 |  #7

interesting photo. why did you not edit, or add lighting




  
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Nov 05, 2008 17:22 |  #8

The reason why I did not edit is because I think the lighting is perfect and when I printed it, everyone that I showed it too(keep in mind that I showed it to a few friends of mine that are instructors in college and are professional photo) and asked them what they thought. I heard the same thing that the lighting is perfect and I did not need to change anything in the print.
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