A&P Tell me what you think.

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by lilcheen, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. lilcheen

    lilcheen New Member

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    Thinking about printing on canvas or just as a 16X20 poster framed.

    Cavas is expensive, just want to make sure its a good picture (I'll be selling it)

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    just after i posted, i relized it might be good to ps the reflection on the roof out (right hand side)
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    I like the colors and layout, no real focus point to me in the pic, idk why you would print it out on canvas
     
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    i dont like that desk thats kind of cropped off, the desk kind of cheapens the over all look since it looks like a cheaper desk compared to the other tables.
     
  4. lilcheen

    lilcheen New Member

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    you think its capable of a PS? I cant go back and take it (this was just a quick snapshot i took in Russia and a cafe i went to)
     
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    it's an interesting photo to say the least. Print it 24x36, and matte it.
     
  6. MonkMonk

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    get rid of the reflection, and then its a pretty nice photo :cool:
     
  7. tenplanescrashing

    tenplanescrashing Active Member

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    its a great photo but I don't think it would be one to print and sell. :dunno:
     
  8. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    If I was taking the photo, I'd remove the table in the foreground on the far right and far left. Then I'd dim the lights in the background slightly, then walk forward about 2-3 feet and focus on the chair by the table that's now in the foreground since this has the most prominent lighting. Tons of different ways to work this scene.
     
  9. lilcheen

    lilcheen New Member

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    Yeah, I'd def would have taken a lot more pictures if I had the time / thought of it turning out as a good shot.
     

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