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Air Guitar
Air Guitar
Albertmdh


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Challenge: Silence IV (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Olympus C-740UZ
Location: My computer/music room
Date: Feb 26, 2004
Aperture: F3.2
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60.0 sec
Galleries: Still Life
Date Uploaded: Feb 26, 2004

Found this in a closet, tuners are broken, no strings, pretty silent id say. polished it up, put it on an ironing board with some paper towels under it. 3rd entry, hopefully do better than the last 2.

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Place: 246 out of 312
Avg (all users): 4.4226
Avg (commenters): 4.5789
Avg (participants): 4.3761
Avg (non-participants): 4.4615
Views since voting: 801
Votes: 239
Comments: 21
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03/09/2004 03:53:05 PM
I like, I like.
03/09/2004 04:58:52 AM
I like compostion alot but i guess you ahot using camera flash, it just gives a flat look,7
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03/08/2004 04:46:51 PM
Trite angle, background contrast is mundane.
03/08/2004 10:23:00 AM
A little bright, but nice idea.
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03/08/2004 01:46:55 AM
Good object... but background and lightening?
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03/06/2004 12:12:49 PM
good subject can improve perspective
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03/05/2004 11:33:27 AM
No strings huh? 6
03/04/2004 11:23:59 PM
The light is a bit harsh on the guitar....but string that thing up and play!
03/04/2004 01:20:46 PM
looks like a flash was used, this could be a very dramatic photo but guitar is too far away to see detail, maybe shoot this with a lamp minus the lampshade as your only light source and shoot from an interesting perspective, like down the neck
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03/04/2004 11:03:38 AM
but it makes for a nice sounding drum... the lighting on the body is a bit too harsh.
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03/04/2004 10:48:41 AM
Highlight on guitar is distracting.
03/04/2004 09:49:03 AM
Gets the silence across! The photo itself needs some technical help. The flash glare on the guitar is distracting. The back line of the table or whatever the guitar is on is obviously slanted. The placement of the guitar and the amount of white space makes the photo lack interest. Standing the guitar up some, or using some other color in the photo might help.
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03/04/2004 03:31:41 AM
Funny idea!
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03/03/2004 11:36:03 PM
No strings attached!
03/03/2004 10:09:10 PM
This is a good idea but I believe it's poorly shot. You can see the reflection in the wood from the flash and it's almost too dark at the head. A different angle and position would have made this shot a lot better.
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03/03/2004 04:02:05 PM
the white wal is boring/distracting
03/03/2004 03:25:35 PM
Ha ha. I like it. Lighting could have been better - there's a harsh glare of the face of the instrument. Also to composition is a bit bland as I fail to get a sense of this instrument as a crafted 3D object.
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03/03/2004 12:55:13 PM
A bit too overexposed and the reflection on the guitar is annoying. Good idea, could just be set up better.
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03/03/2004 11:32:56 AM
I absolutely love the idea of an unplayable instrument, but the composition is very weak. Shot with different lighting, a different background and angle would vastly improve this photo. 3.
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03/03/2004 09:15:52 AM
Great interpretation of the challenge - photo could be stronger (e.g. flash on top of guitar, tilted horizon, backgound adds little)
03/03/2004 07:06:41 AM
love the idea, did you use the flash? I find the light to harsh

Harm


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