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Clown

By leo_ms
Taken in my school, as we were just fooling aroud, i spotted the texture of the metal forground, which interats with the light coming from the window.

Tags: Architecture Portraits and people Flash and lighting

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Sooty_1 6 1.5k 220 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2012 11:19PM
Nice idea to play with. I like the texture of the metal, and this is quite interesting in itself.
I think next time I'd get my friend to go right to the doors at the far end, and maybe not throw some shapes, but just walk slowly toward you (somewhere near the far lockers). The silhouette would add mystery, whereas right now, it's just someone messing around. I'd try to square up the camera too, so there aren't leaning walls and lockers, unless you go the opposite way and really throw the angles out.

Nick

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
9 Feb 2012 7:28AM
It may be the angle of the shot, but there doesn't look to be much headroom there! Is the ceiling really that low?! It is a well seen shot though and, as Nick has pointed out, you've found some lovely textures!
paulbroad 9 117 1074 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 8:52AM
I like the idea a lot. Assume you used a tripod at 1/3 sec as all but the figure is sharp. The problem for me is that parts of the figure are not distinct. I would have moved him back so as to be surrounded with light, then possibly exposed more for the bright light, dodging other areas to return detail.

Paul
20 Mar 2012 5:28PM
Wow you kids make me look useless (which I probably am). Fantastic shot.

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