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Old Sep 22, 2010, 3:13 PM   #1
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Guys, this is the first uploaded shot done with my "nifty fifty" the 50 1.8 - I really love that lens, it's such a bang for the buck

Again, I tried working on that "retro-dreamy-Ikea-look" I really like these days - and I hope you like it too!




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Hi maggo85,
Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeely like it. I dont know what the retro-dreamy-Ikea-look is but I'm going to look it up. I realy like the depth of field, the subtle color, and the composition.
I feel like it's so vulnerable there on its own i want to jump in the grass and put my hands around it before it gets trampled on. its great.
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I like this a lot. The flower looks shy, too, turning away like that. Reminds me of our new stray kitten whenever I cuddle her.

But maybe I just have bad breath just kidding...
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i really like this. the dof is nice and i like the desaturated look.
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Hi maggo85,
Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeely like it. I dont know what the retro-dreamy-Ikea-look is but I'm going to look it up. I realy like the depth of field, the subtle color, and the composition.
I feel like it's so vulnerable there on its own i want to jump in the grass and put my hands around it before it gets trampled on. its great.
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Hey condorman, thank you so much for this kind feedback - that's not a specific description for the look, it's just hard to describe.. but you know what I mean, desaturated, retro, dreamy, "light" - that kind of stuff

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I like this a lot. The flower looks shy, too, turning away like that. Reminds me of our new stray kitten whenever I cuddle her.

But maybe I just have bad breath just kidding...
Thanks vv

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i really like this. the dof is nice and i like the desaturated look.
And thank you too, Dustin, for your nice words!
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Hi maggo85,
Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeely like it. I dont know what the retro-dreamy-Ikea-look is but I'm going to look it up. I realy like the depth of field, the subtle color, and the composition.
I feel like it's so vulnerable there on its own i want to jump in the grass and put my hands around it before it gets trampled on. its great.
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Simple is what I would take it to be... if you have never been to an Ikea store then ya should next time ya over in the States straight line in to out things off the rack of stocks... I love them for they are simple ... but I was raised in America since they started America families that have landed here made her what she is today... and because of her I can pick up either there at Ikea or find a bargain on the side of some drive and get it free... which I did not to long ago in AUG found a chair some one did not want brought it home took it apart and ripped the cover on it and refurbished it for my sons room ..... it was gotten from Ikea..Simple!
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