Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SpiderOnTheFloor, Feb 11, 2005.
tell me what you think
i don't know shit about photography... but i do know what i like... and i like that. very nice. keep snapping away.
Thats all photography is about anyway. Knowing what you like!
thanks for the comments...i took that with my digital and i also snapped a few with my slr for class...hopefully they come out as good.
no clue about photography.. but looks cool!!
nicely said! never thought about it that way..
Very cool shot. I like the dark tones and saturated colors- however having the guage run little off angle seems to be a bit unsettling . . . yet interesting at the same time. Hmm. I like it very much nonetheless.
i love the reflections in the bottom.
That is very fucking nice.
interesting about the angle..this is stuff that i miss a lot...my compositions are not the best..even my professor said that haha...o well ill keep trying and maybe asking you guys for some more imput
can you post fullsize?
its almost 2000x2000 and 800kb...i dont have a host..i can email it to anyone though
not to be an ass, but it's pretty boring
its 2950x1960 300dpi 1.6mb...i looked at the wrong file earlier...
black border > *.*
looks like a wet beaker
I've been soaking up a lot about photography since I'm in the verge of getting my [almost] first SLR camera...N80 to be exact.
Anyway, what I learned about photography and photographers is that it's really not about the subject matter per se, but more of how it's viewed artistically. Therein where the appreciation lies.
A picture can be about a stupid flower sitting in the middle of a field to an average onlooker. But to an artist, that stupid flower taken with the warm lighting provided by the sunset, with an aperture setting for a shallow depth of field, a circular polarizer applied to saturate the colors, and a special lens used to accentuate the texture of the petals all the while noting the overall composition of the said subject, that stupid flower can look pretty damn nice.
from a fine art point of view, yes.