A&P Just some pics. Non-DSLR crew. :o

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  1. WiLL

    WiLL Active Member

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    What do you guys think? How can I improve?


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  2. JordanClarkson

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    Really nice. I love the shadows in all of those pics.
     
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    SpiderOnTheFloor New Member

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    is photographing art cheating?
     
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    what are you looking to improve on? It's not like you can alter the lighting in those places. I'm kind of confused.
     
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    :dunno: To a certain extent, I see where you are coming from. But :dunno:
     
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    Improve on anything.

    You cant really alter sunlight when you are taking outside shots either. :hs:
     
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    Well thats a shitty analogy. You can alter the time of day you shoot at. Morning and evening light give greater results. Overcast days can give something different. In a museum or wherever that is, the light will always be the exact same for those exhibits.

    I don't really know how to help you otherwise, try shooting things that arent set up on display. I think you did a fine job in cataloging the art, but it's probably hard to make art by photographing art. Try shooting in a different environment, something less staged.
     

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