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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 3:59 pm 
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Took a macro shot of a broken window at the train station. Unfortunatly the lighting was a little bad, so its not a very good photo technichly, but still looks pretty cool imo :)

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i like it. has almost a staind glass feel without the stain. :)

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yeah i agree with nick its pretty cool looking.. you should try to take it again but use like a light thats a different color like a laser pointer or something that would look cool shooting through the glass.


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I like that too. It looks like an artistic chain-link fence. My feeling is that you should emphasize the oranges. :)

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The random patterns are really interesting. I like it. I was also thinking, what if you try to adjust the RGB level curves or the exposure to bring out more detail and increase luminosity? Nonetheless, nice shot :)

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Thanks for the replies. Im not that good at editing yet, but maybe i should try and see what happens :-)

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I tried to do some editing, not sure exactly what i did, but at least something changed :)
It's not the exact same shot, but its same time and place. And the shot settings are the same as well...

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second ones much better

but both nice

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Cool photos. Could you trick the camera into focusing through the glass with the fracture lines in focus? :)


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JAlexC wrote:
Cool photos. Could you trick the camera into focusing through the glass with the fracture lines in focus? :)

I guess you could with manual focus and a much higher f-numer. But then you would need a tripod, since the shutter speed would be a lot slower.

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