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Bokeh Warmth

By AEA    
commercial,
nikon,
lenscap,
bokeh background,
bokeh lights,
warm,
low light,
detail,
logo,
brand

Tags: Nikon Brand General Commercial Low light Logo Detail Warm Lenscap

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chase Plus
10 1.1k 246 England
23 Feb 2013 2:59PM
This isn't doing much for me tbh,if you were going for a silhouette then the lens cap needs to be a touch darker,if your intention was to show the cap then it could do with lightening slightly at least to see the letters.
I find the large yellow oval at the top very distracting,so too the dark triangle close to the top.Fairly easy to remove in your editing program.
the composition is ok,I do like negative space...some don't.
I like the warm colours of the bg.

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Sooty_1 5 1.5k 219 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2013 5:39PM
This might have been nicer to use a lens rather than a cap, allowing light to shine through it. Otherwise, not sure what you're trying to achieve....?

Nick
paulbroad 8 108 1010 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2013 8:20PM
Not sure what you want from this. If the object in the fingers had been an interesting shape in silhouette, then OK, but this really is not. The subject is the lens cap, the background is just that, a background.

Pauk
mrswoolybill Plus
9 877 1430 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 10:53AM
I've looked at this a couple of times and I just cannot see what it is trying to achieve. It seems very strange to create a near-silhouette that practically obliterates the detail in the actual subject.
There's scope here for a Father Ted style 'Near - big. Small - far away...' exercise, but the emphasis needs to be on the Near - big element.
Plus - that nail varnish effect visible on the thumb nail is horrible and a real distraction!
Moira

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