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Family portrait

Jan 18, 2011, 20:57
Post: #1
Family portrait
Spent more time on Gimp that with the camera, despite the 7 shots needed...

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Jan 19, 2011, 11:56
Post: #2
RE: Family portrait
Haha, this is great! I like how it is possible to feel each member's own identity. Just look how proud is Dad of the big family Smile

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Jan 19, 2011, 13:00
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RE: Family portrait
Glad you like it :-)

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Jan 20, 2011, 18:44
Post: #4
RE: Family portrait
lol, that is a pretty cool idea!
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Jan 22, 2011, 02:37
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RE: Family portrait
haha i like it!
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Jan 31, 2011, 12:59
Post: #6
RE: Family portrait
Very clever. I would suggest moving the picture to the left side of the frame as it is it leads the eye right out of the frame. Also the "Dad" could use some shadow details. The picture shadow is so much sharper than the "people" that it looks like it was pasted on.
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Feb 1, 2011, 15:05
Post: #7
RE: Family portrait
(Jan 31, 2011 12:59)LAWeber Wrote:  Very clever. I would suggest moving the picture to the left side of the frame as it is it leads the eye right out of the frame. Also the "Dad" could use some shadow details. The picture shadow is so much sharper than the "people" that it looks like it was pasted on.
Technically it should be sharper. The picture is much closer to the wall than the "people". How much sharper is of course open to debate.

I agree that Dad's shot should be redone...

Thx for the appreciation.

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Jun 22, 2013, 17:31
Post: #8
RE: Family portrait
Nice,
you took actual photos of the USBs?

The frame (in the image) looks like its floating to me but the image is still amazing.

One of the USBs looks like they're smiling, haha
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Jun 22, 2013, 19:19
Post: #9
RE: Family portrait
(Jun 22, 2013 17:31)Neiiley Wrote:  Nice,
you took actual photos of the USBs?
Yes....

Dad: Sandisk SD card adapter
Mom: IBM gift USB key
Kids: various USB cables, including an Apple one
Junior: Nano-receiver for Logitech Wirless mouse
GrandMa: Female AC socket, French norm

(Jun 22, 2013 17:31)Neiiley Wrote:  The frame (in the image) looks like its floating to me but the image is still amazing.

One of the USBs looks like they're smiling, haha
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Jun 23, 2013, 09:34
Post: #10
RE: Family portrait
just a suggestion: maybe a linear gradient can add more depth to the wallpaper if you want.
It can be tough to get the right depth-of-field.

The faces remind me of those lego heads XD, overall presentation is great ofnuts!
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Jun 24, 2013, 03:36
Post: #11
RE: Family portrait
I'd say now you can "pull your wire" whenever you want. LOL
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