Stringing and Unstringing

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    "I have spent my days stringing and unstringing my instrument, while the song I came to sing remains unsung."
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    luxuryluke, shoothead, euze, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. luxuryluke 96 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot.
      Always a fan of the standup/cello form.
      Sold mine. need to get it back. i miss it.

    2. Rettop 96 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot again.

    3. Filipe Lopes 96 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colors.
      Thanks for your visit.

    4. d4vidbruce 96 months ago | reply

      Sweet. The shapes and shadows are very cool.

    5. cmcnulty2000 96 months ago | reply

      Very, very good -- for some reason I wish the background wasnt blue? Then It would be an A-

      Grade B+ (from the www.flickr.com/groups/reportcard/ group)

    6. ·júbilo·haku· 96 months ago | reply

      nice DoF... but colours on back is distracting
      Grade B- (from the www.flickr.com/groups/reportcard/ group)

    7. Robert Voors 96 months ago | reply

      First, the blown out highlights in the centre are not good.
      Second, as mentioned before, the colorful background is distracting.
      Third, I do not understand why this DOF and then, why the focus on the wood. Would it not have more interesting to fcous on the strings? With such a shallow DOF somehting really should be highlighted. Now it does not.

      Grade B- (from the www.flickr.com/groups/reportcard/ group)

    8. girlzone41 96 months ago | reply

      I like that the focus is not on the strings. It leads my eyes beyond them onto the instrument itself. It's a shame that robertvoors above doesn't understand "why this DOF"... to me it just seems like you chose to focus on the wood and how the light was reflecting off of it at that particular moment.

    9. angler_MAN 56 months ago | reply

      i like the cello... the pic looks good..

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