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Thursday, March 23, 2006

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a hinge of a chest

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Posted by Faustina | Thursday, March 23, 2006 | E-mail this post

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Not your best image.Not to be mean but I don't like it as much as I liked your previous images.Not to be a critic but there are no impressive browns which I would hope to see and I don't like the blur - which I'm guessing is post processing - the 2nd bolt is not in focus.I'm guessing from what I've said you may think I hate the image but that's not true,it's a good picture,but you can do much better.I hope you don't take it the wrong way,it's just some constructive criticism :-P.

Posted by Anonymous Azhar | 3/24/2006   

In contrast I find the blur creates a great depth of field. It makes the image very close and intimate. It lends well to the Haiku.

Posted by Anonymous ozymandiaz | 3/24/2006   

no post processing done here, the hinge is the part in focus which is hard to see the detail because of the shadows. I had a hard time with this one because my lighting just wasn't working for me, and a flash showed too much glare on the metal - and i appreciate the tips :)

Posted by Anonymous faustina | 3/24/2006   

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