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Post by edgedale on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:08

An out-dated shot to share


Buddha Head of Indochime by Edgedale, on Flickr
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by Shortplug on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:23

Just to clarify, is this in Singapore?

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by JayCam on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:25

Using 70-200 lens?
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by ktchong on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:29

This is a good picture, I like it.

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by stevie on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:32

I like the color tone.

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by TrojanHorse on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:35

Thank for sharing. Very Happy
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by GreenTea on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 15:48


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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by retrovox on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:41

I would suggest you watch the background when you frame the shot. Usually for still life and abstract, less is more is probably the best approach.

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by whitewine on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:46

Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

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Post by Mosscodie on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:47

Nice share! cheers

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Post by JackieTalks on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:48

Cheers! Keep sharing.
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by Amore on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:53

It doesn't matter if your shot is out-dated or not, it matters when you share, thank for sharing.
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by Sunlight on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:56

I like the texture, did you pp?
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by retrovox on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:57

whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by whitewine on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 16:59

retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

But I thought it would be better for the background to be black to make the foreground subject stands out? Any suggestion to improve this shot?

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by ShioTC on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:03

retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

Given the scenario that this shot is taken overseas and you would not have the luxury to have the chance to go back again for another shoot, is there any tips to salvage this photo?

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by JayCam on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:04

ShioTC wrote:
retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

Given the scenario that this shot is taken overseas and you would not have the luxury to have the chance to go back again for another shoot, is there any tips to salvage this photo?

Interesting question, well, I believe this can apply to anyone out there who travels to other countries and have this shot that they like so much but just need some salvation.
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by crazycam78 on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:05

Yeah, I can learn something from here too! Cheers! cheers

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by retrovox on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:07

ShioTC wrote:
retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

Given the scenario that this shot is taken overseas and you would not have the luxury to have the chance to go back again for another shoot, is there any tips to salvage this photo?

Usually for this kind of subject, I reckon you have all the time in the world to compose. Unlike shooting events when things happen so fast and furious. Remember, painting works on the concept of inclusion while photography is a concept of exclusion.

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by NumbFinger on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:09

retrovox wrote:
ShioTC wrote:
retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

Given the scenario that this shot is taken overseas and you would not have the luxury to have the chance to go back again for another shoot, is there any tips to salvage this photo?

Usually for this kind of subject, I reckon you have all the time in the world to compose. Unlike shooting events when things happen so fast and furious. Remember, painting works on the concept of inclusion while photography is a concept of exclusion.

Chim!
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by Ablindman on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:10

I like the serenity feel from this photo. Smile
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by YamCanShoot on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:11

Share more! cheers
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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by ShioTC on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:13

NumbFinger wrote:
retrovox wrote:
ShioTC wrote:
retrovox wrote:
whitewine wrote:Do the pp in such a way that the background is in total black! I hope that would help. Razz

PP should be used as a supplement, not a replacement for the way a photo is taken.

Given the scenario that this shot is taken overseas and you would not have the luxury to have the chance to go back again for another shoot, is there any tips to salvage this photo?

Usually for this kind of subject, I reckon you have all the time in the world to compose. Unlike shooting events when things happen so fast and furious. Remember, painting works on the concept of inclusion while photography is a concept of exclusion.

Chim!

Yes, agree, chim! LOL!

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by TeeJay on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:18

Simple! Just go back and re shoot! Singapore only. lol! Anyway, nice of you to share. cheers

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Re: Buddha Head of Indochime

Post by edgedale on Thu 06 Jan 2011, 17:36

This shot was one of the handpicked work for my exhibition 2years back. I did not print it out coz I feel it did not fit into my exhibit theme. Thanks guys for your compliment.
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