Recent Photography... I'm an Artiste~

Discussion in 'Audio Emcee Hook Ups' started by Noodles, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. Noodles

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    suck a dick
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    J o o k Win your battles before they’ve even been fought.

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    Chew tickets to paradise just mindfucked me

    Are there animals in it? or am I just high

    and what is the significance of the garage?
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    No animals! But those textures on the dried mushrooms will show you lots of things when you're high.

    As for the "garage", I was taking sample/location pictures for a short mystery film project I'm shooting next weekend. Believe it or not the actor is a member of this very website, but I don't wanna air him out.

    That tunnel seemed particularly mysterious to me and those shadow lines were vivid and distinct in an otherwise extremely dark place. I took that photo at 3am under a pitch black sky and disgusting low spectrum yellow lighting. I haven't decided if for the film I'm going to keep the light ugly, or correct it as in this shot. It just seems like a place where something would happen. It's a small tunnel that goes under a building in a park.
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    I think you should stop zooming and taking close ups to allow more atmosphere by surrounding your maint object with a more immersive backround.
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    nice.. keep tinkering around and exploring dude
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  7. Noodles

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    everyone has their own style.

    the reality is that i'm a film guy looking to make film projects. but as I shoot with a DSLR... and its a pain to find and schedule reliable actors... I figured I may as well add something new to my skillset in my downtime. I have much more to learn for still photography. Can only learn by making the mistakes now so I know better in the future.
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