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December 6, 2012
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NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D3100
Shutter Speed
1/320 second
Aperture
F/4.5
Focal Length
29 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Dec 3, 2012, 5:11:48 PM
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ViewNX 2.6 W

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The Fall of Autumn- Past Flames by Coffee-Fae The Fall of Autumn- Past Flames by Coffee-Fae
This is just one of four images that i used in my final project in my Photography class.We got to pick our own theme and after much deliberation i ended up with "The Fall of Autumn" :iconautumnplz: I practically dragged my sister with me and i picked out her outfit :lol: Yay for free forced labor lol. Enjoy the DeviantArt logo. :shrug:
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I really like this piece and the concept behind it. Instead of going with a shot that included flames, the sun or some other source of fire, you stuck with the idea of the aftermath, and the ash smudges palms evoke a sense of understanding and the reality of experience: living is a messy business.

The early evening lighting is lovely, especially the angle with which it lays softly across the upturned palms. I would recommend that you also provide a source of back-lighting, to help the hands stand out more from the background~ colored back lighting would be even better, in either a cool tone for contrast or a warm color for impact and to emphasize the idea of flames.

The best way to do that might be to use a colored cloth and angle it for the light from the sun (or your original source) to reflect onto the bottom/back of the hands!

The focus is nice, but could be a little sharper, and a little more centered so that the tips of the fore hand don't go fuzzy. Otherwise, beautiful piece. Great way to include a variety of colors to give the unseen individual personality without cluttering the soft, muted tones of the image too! :3
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bear48 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012  Professional
very expressive
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DesuDan Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Professional General Artist
I'm with :iconfaehime: on this one. :3
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