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AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
31 Jan 2008 9:49PM
Very interesting tags on this image - and now I've alerted everyone after me Wink Who says we don't read!
Nice photo of your guitar, like the comp and the lighting you've used.

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12 875 10 Ireland
31 Jan 2008 9:50PM
love the lighting here.... Smile
The_Collector 12 4 1 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2008 9:51PM
nice comp with the guitar, I have one of those crystal bright monitors and I can see some areas where you havn't quite burnt out some of the lighter parts of the BG. That being said this is still a well shot and pleasing image.
sketch 11 1.5k United Kingdom
31 Jan 2008 9:52PM
Superb, love it

sarah x
chesh 14 45 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2008 9:57PM
Thanks very much. It was lit by a single soft box with just a little reflected back with the aid of some white correx.
Thanks for pointing that out Darren. I even stuck a very bright curve adjustment layer over it to highlight the brightest parts that needed painting over. Guess my monitor could do with an upgrade.
meekie 13 Scotland
31 Jan 2008 9:57PM
Yeah, interesting tag. I think this is a great shot of your long suffering Yam.
steve_r 10 England
31 Jan 2008 10:23PM
GOOD SHOT.Good axe nice lighting good colour regards steve.
The_Collector 12 4 1 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2008 12:06AM
Dave I think my monitor is so bright that sometimes I'm not sure if it's a good thing lol! if I move the screen back too far it dissappears. It is a 17" Acer crystalbrite lcd, I have to say that photographs straight or manipulated look fantastic =0)
chesh 14 45 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2008 2:40PM
Cheers people.
Darren, Ive got my eye on a Samsung and may go for it in the next month.

POOCHIE 12 21 6 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2008 5:10PM
Its pretty clean for a long suffering axe, nice image, wants pushing through a few Marshal speaker cabs though to relic it up a bit lol.

chesh 14 45 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2008 6:06PM
Hi Pooch, How's tricks?
The degree of suffering has got more to do with my skills as a musician than anything else.
The delightful Mrs C. bought the Yam' for me last year as a surprise and I have a feeling she's regretted it ever since.
If anything needs shoving through the Marshall it's me I'm guessing, anytime I try for some Robert Cray style pentatonic riffs.
Ta for looking,
PatrickSmith 13 1.2k 2 United States
7 Feb 2008 3:27AM
The lighting and background are just perfect here.

chesh 14 45 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2008 5:18PM
Thank you Patrick. It took me ages to polish out all the grubby finger prints.
User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
8 Feb 2008 8:46AM
Very good Dave... Love the lighting. Must post one of my Blade R3 sometime. It won't be as clean as this though... not after 18years of regular gigging!! Grin
chesh 14 45 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2008 9:16AM
Thanks Mike.
There speaks a true musician - I'm more your tone deaf wannabe. People who own those Blades do tend to stick with them I gather.

Have a good weekend,

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