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    Cycladic Figurine

    A study on light and perspective.

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    Cycladic Figurine

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    Re: Cycladic Figurine

    Quote Originally Posted by manthos View Post
    A study on light and perspective.

    Cycladic Figurine
    In terms of composition this is my favourite image of the three presented. However, my personal preference would be that it was shot with an settings (I note it was 1/160th @ f5.6) that would have allowed the whole of the figurine to be in focus.

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    Re: Cycladic Figurine

    Nice set. Would do well hanging in some art gallery.

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    Re: Cycladic Figurine

    the lighting is really great! It reveals a little bit of the figure. Just enough to give you a sense of what it is, a sense of form and structure but not enough that you know exactly. It keeps you excited about the rest, especially the third.

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    Re: Cycladic Figurine

    Thank you all for the comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    In terms of composition this is my favourite image of the three presented. However, my personal preference would be that it was shot with an settings (I note it was 1/160th @ f5.6) that would have allowed the whole of the figurine to be in focus.
    I'm afraid that I can't change the aperture. This was shot using my prehistoric compact's macro setting.

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    Re: Cycladic Figurine

    Quote Originally Posted by manthos View Post
    I'm afraid that I can't change the aperture. This was shot using my prehistoric compact's macro setting.
    Hi Giannis, if you have software that can do Focus Stacking, you could still achieve the goal, even with the compact. In Photoshop it's called Auto-Blend Layers.

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