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Scores and scores of scores!

Music scores.

In a circular turret room.

Ehhhh. I may move this to scraps. But this is the last deviation for a while, as I've run out of "good" ones.

There will probably be a bunch of silly things posted in scraps, though, as I do still have a bunch of doodles/ sucky-but-well-intentioned photographs that someone may get a kick out of.

...I probably had a point somewhere along the line.
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shoogle Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
:love:
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
psiloveyou
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shoogle Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
pps i love you right back!!
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
:jackdirt:
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mgilpin Featured By Owner May 26, 2006
wow... really nice color... it really grabs the eye... but is not too saturated... it seems real-ish... great formal expression... there are lines going everywhere... i'm not sure that the angle (from below) is the best angle... but i am sure i like this photo...
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
I tried a bazillion shots from above, standing on a chair, holding the camera above me... couldn't get the camera to stop shaking.
Tried some more shots standing on a chair, supporting the camera closer to my shoulder... couldn't get the camera to stop shaking.

This was the only shot I took that wasn't blurry, so I tried to work with it.

I'm also still playing with how to saturate without murdering the photo, so... I'm glad you like it. :lol:
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mgilpin Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
oh... i have a thought... if you're using photoshop, you might try the sharpen filters on one of the other photos... i've had a little luck with them...
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
I've tried sharpening, but I find that only works for really small tweaking. A lot of the time, the blur is beyond my capacity to fix.
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mgilpin Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
(nodding)... i know what you mean... have you thought about going in the opposite direction?... and altering it more?...
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mgilpin Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
you could us a tripod... although, you can't get as creative with camera placement... if you don't have a tripod, you can set camera on a table, a chair, the ground... and fire the shutter manually... or, you can set the camera down and use the timer...

you are just at the edge of being too saturated... it still looks like actual color, though... i'd say you've done a nice job with that...
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
Ah, well, I can always try again. :)
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mgilpin Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
you should... i really like the subject...
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 26, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I so want to see this room in real life.
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
psyou'reawesome
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 27, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
*hugs*
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 27, 2006
[link]

It's not real life, but it gives another view of the room.
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 27, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Sweet.
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