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    Sup.

    I heard of this place from DeviantArt (I'm theleaveshaveeyes there) so I thought, maybe I'd be good enough for this place.

    I'm a digital black and white photographer. My main subjects are plants, cars, buildings and objects, though sometimes I photograph people and animals (cats and hamsters). My style revolves around creative angles and focus, usually involving close ups and macro shots.

    I hope you enjoy!

    "Away"
    My most popular peice on deviantArt.

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    "They Have Eyes Too"
    Sorry for the dA watermark, I lost all the original copies of most of my photos so I have to link them from dA.

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    "The Depth of Death"
    I took this one very recently, it's one of my favourites. It was one of the first photos I took with my new camera.

    Sup.

    And finally, (just for now, I'll post a few more later)
    "Moods of Winter"
    I really enjoy this shot. It captures the feel of the cold winter.

    Sup.

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    Welcome! (concept art is the complete opposite of deviant art).. Enjoy it here! Its a ton better!

    Claude
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    indeed this is a scrabble site not an art one

    could you not dl them off DA and reupload em here?

    the focus on the leaf one seems a bit off composition wise the foreground seems to be in focus rather than the leaf

    do you use the b+w in the camera or what method do you use to convert them? and what cam is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumbledook View Post
    indeed this is a scrabble site not an art one

    could you not dl them off DA and reupload em here?

    the focus on the leaf one seems a bit off composition wise the foreground seems to be in focus rather than the leaf

    do you use the b+w in the camera or what method do you use to convert them? and what cam is it?
    In the first two, I used my old point-n-shoot Nikon Coolpix camera, and set it to black and white in the camera.

    In the last two, I used my new Nikon D40 SLR camera and then later turned them to black and white using photoimpact.

    I can't download things onto the computer I was using to post these.

    Problem with the world
    It is not war or famine
    It's indifference.
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    My "The Three Emotive Phases" series.

    This was a school project. At this point in time I was still stuck with my Coolpix L4, so I was little limited.

    Emotive I: Despondency

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    Emotive II: Curiosity

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    Emotive III: Jollity

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    Model: Marcelle Ledoux

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    More of my favourite pieces.

    "La Rue" Yes, I speak French, my mother is French and my father is Korean.

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    "Leaving"
    The composition isn't the best, but the contrast created by the sunset is really nice.

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    "The Thin Line"
    Nobody on dA really cared for this one, but I like it, so to hell with them.

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    "The Long Road Ahead"
    Another popular one on dA. I'm rather iffy to this one, I like the angle though. It makes it look like the Earth is rolling over.

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    "Basic"
    An experimental piece, but I love the composition. I borrowed my dad's camera to do this one. A Sony Cybershot camera.

    Sup.

    Problem with the world
    It is not war or famine
    It's indifference.
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    I like most of these, except jollity in the emotin series.

    Myspace photo imo.

    and her face makes me sad :|

    otherise some good shots.

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    I like "Emotive III: Jollity" could use some more contrast on the figure though.

    You have some nice tones in the landscape ones, just need to work on the compositions and angles; some of them make me a bit dizzy.

    Keep shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VenomVindicta View Post
    I like most of these, except jollity in the emotin series.

    Myspace photo imo.

    and her face makes me sad :|

    otherise some good shots.
    Really? I'm going to have to disagree, I really like Jollity, because of the angle and focus, plus I chose her for her big, beautiful smile.

    Problem with the world
    It is not war or famine
    It's indifference.
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