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Jun 29, 2009 22:20 |  #1

My first CC and only my second time out with the new camera.

Straight from the card, no crop, no post processing:

IMAGE: http://www.vintage-computer.com/images/misc/tech1.jpg

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Let 'er rip. :)

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Jun 29, 2009 22:22 |  #2
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Umm, next time don't shoot through a window. :)




  
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Jun 29, 2009 22:30 |  #3

Stealthy Ninja wrote in post #8197904 (external link)
Umm, next time don't shoot through a window. :)

ROFL.

Two windows, in fact.

That was exactly the effect I was going for although I will admit that it's a bit much.

I've got other "snapshot quality" images without the intervening glass.


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Jun 29, 2009 22:43 |  #4
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OK... it looks a bit... umm like a pervert took the photos. :shock:

Basically it's a bit distracting to have the reflections without much obvious reason to them.

Post some without the glass. :)




  
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Jun 29, 2009 22:52 |  #5

In terms of composition, there are a few distractions to veer the eye away from your subjects. You may what to keep in mind what you want observers to see within the photo.

With PP, I would suggest playing with contrast and curve levels with some post-editting software.

Keeping shooting/practicing! Thanks for sharing.


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Jun 30, 2009 14:09 |  #6

The through the window effect is kinda cool but I think in this example its way overdone. Great idea though.


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