Semi underground.

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by tanger32au, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. tanger32au

    tanger32au Member

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    Feedback would be great, using a longer shutter speed and sitting the camera on top of a old cupboard worked well.

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    Here they are in B&W:

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  2. Munkiboy

    Munkiboy Member

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    interesting. there are some pretty good exponents of this style of photography lurking on the forums, have you seen some?

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  3. sam_allen

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    Tighter crop perhaps? Maybe a little longer exposure.
     
  4. CirCit

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    and here is the same hallway with a binary lens
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  5. Law

    Law Member

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    Are they like tilt/shift lenses? or more similar to the operation of beer goggles? :lol:
     
  6. watchtherocks

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    I think they usually come in the form of google image search:D
     
  7. de_overfiend

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    i think thats a really good subject ad good photograph. you have captured the essence of the hallway.... empty, underground , dimly lit , spooky, looks like somthing out of a scene of saw 3 :)
     

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