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Giant Fiddle Redux

This is a discussion on Giant Fiddle Redux within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I was back in Sydney last week and I decided to target the big giant fiddle again. It sits in ...

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    I was back in Sydney last week and I decided to target the big giant fiddle again. It sits in front of the Sydney Opera House (Sydney NS not AUS).








    IN looking at my previous photos of it, I think I have improved a bit. :
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    Excellent! I'd say you have definitely improved. Numbers 2 and 3 are nice. Number 1 is cool but I think I'd like it better if there were a little less of right hand "dead space".
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    Excellent set with nice light.
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    All good shots Bambi!

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    thanks everyone.

    You are right Iggy about the first shot and the dead space. I was struggling to keep the fiddle in and keep a 'normal' crop. I will probably have to go back and crop it out.
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    Great set, Bambi. I especially like #2
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    thanks Gem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gem View Post
    Great set, Bambi. I especially like #2
    Yes, it's #2 for me as well ... good eyes, Bambi, and great compositions.
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    Well done, Bambi. I love the second one - it really shows, how big it is!

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    How cool is that!!!! in the uk news today they were talking about tearing down an artists 'giant chair' as it was causing to much traffic were it resided. I think the fiddle trumps the chair, that is awesome.

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