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By DiegoSuarezP
Something you see everyday.. but you already see it like this?

Comments are welcome!


Tags: Bulb Flash and lighting



Sooty_1 12 1.5k 221 United Kingdom
14 May 2014 12:26AM
Ummmmm, it's a lamp.
Not much to critique really....the white of the bulb is a little blown, but better to expose the rest of the image correctly in this case. Maybe you need the lamp exactly in the middle, or more offset, but as it is, it looks like it was supposed to be in the middle but you failed. A crop would sort that out, either way you wanted.
I'm not really a big fan of this kind of thing outside the "can you tell what it is?" Reasonably executed though.

IshanPathak 9 202 12 India
14 May 2014 9:00AM
I was thinking of sink drainage Grin Grin

Thank God i waited for one comment Grin
I agree with Nick that there is not much to critique except that the white bulb is too enhanced ( always a task, capturing white perfectly ) Smile

Else a good image, and different too Smile
paulbroad 15 131 1294 United Kingdom
14 May 2014 9:11AM
A lamp. For what would you use the image?

mrswoolybill Plus
16 4.1k 2606 United Kingdom
14 May 2014 11:37AM
You're standing under a low-energy light bulb, that's pretty obvious. Not exactly the easiest subject exposure-wise - a minus exposure compensation might have helped! There's scope for an interesting abstract, possibly in black & white as the hints of colour are really irrelevant. It does need a bit more space at the top and less at the sides though.

Might try a Modification...
pablophotographer 11 2.2k 443
14 May 2014 1:46PM
Lamp. I'd go for square frame. Genius, eh? (imagine a lightbulb image between the brackets)

dudler Plus
19 2.0k 2018 England
14 May 2014 10:49PM
From my point of view, it woudl be good to know if you want comments on any particular aspect of the picture.

Also, perhaps, what you were trying to achieve, and whether you think you succeeded?

At present, I am not sure whether you like the results you're getting, or think you need to improve a lot. All help is welcome!

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