A&P First Attempt

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  1. FidizzyTypeS

    FidizzyTypeS Gimme Dem Scones!! OT Supporter

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    This is my first attempt at a shot like this.....don't flame too hard.

    The one standing up is blurred because he couldn't stop laughing.

    Canon 300D 200 iso 20sec exposure

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  2. FidizzyTypeS

    FidizzyTypeS Gimme Dem Scones!! OT Supporter

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    14 views and no comments :run:
     
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    Not bad. Not great either.
     
  4. ShadowWalker

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    You could keep the camera in the spot, take multiple pictures, and combine them in photoshop. You generally get crisper results because of shorter eposure times.
     
  5. FidizzyTypeS

    FidizzyTypeS Gimme Dem Scones!! OT Supporter

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    thats what i did........its 4 photos into one.

    the long exposure is because it was 11pm and i only had a 100watt lightbulb


    jcolman.......can you tell me why?
     
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    In my opinion the whole scene it just too busy...but then im not really a lover of this type of photography, i like my photos like my women..........simple :run:
     
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    Technically speaking it's not bad. Long exposures are tricky to do and you pretty much nailed it. Artistically speaking it's only ok. The background is distracting, especially the left side where the garage protrudes into the frame. I'm also not crazy about the placement of your "100w" key light but it's not to bad I guess. Move the light away from the camera, so it's not as flat. You could have moved the camera a few feet and framed the shot better in my opinion.
     

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