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01-08-2017, 10:10 PM - 7 Likes   #1
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Light painting.




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QuoteOriginally posted by pavpen Quote
Light painting.
I like where you are going with this - well done.
The play of light can somtimes make the otherwise mundane something special.
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I like where you are going with this - well done.
The play of light can somtimes make the otherwise mundane something special.
I agree.
The choice of back and white is very effective.
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Light painting.

Great job with the lighting! I think the shot would be even better with some sort of subtle detail in the upper-right.


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Light painting.

Very nice try. The cup is in focus. You've got transparency of the pattern of the other side of the cup, but to improve try to take a shot with more light on the teaspoon. Only a little bit.
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Certainly heading in the right direction. A little dark in places as has already been mentioned, the spoon and perhaps the inside of the cup could be lightened slightly to enhance the transparency.
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Light painting.

You have a great eye.
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Thank you all for constructive feedback.
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B&W and great lightening. I like the result.
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B&W and great lightening. I like the result.
Thank you taktoon.
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I would only like to see the back edge of the cup and saucer to have some definition and separation from the background.
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Interesting, very sharp focus but the almost mystical feel of the pattern inside the cup. Well done
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