Day 3/365. wonderwall.

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© Josephine Sicad
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UploadedFebruary 3, 2009
TakenFebruary 3, 2009
MakePanasonic
ModelDMC-FS3
Exposure1/15 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5.5 mm
ISO400
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Today I took advantage of the natural daylight. What more can I do when I only got a PnS as a weapon. Tehee!
And the brickwall behind me was just the right spot. I'm starting to feel the Universe is conspiring with me --- this was just located one floor above our flat and that's actually an elevator under construction.

I was playing with shadows,too. My guitar is my other favorite weapon, obviously. Tehee! I may have to post the other behind-the-scenes-shots on another album. =)

This just makes me look forward to everyday! What-dya-know? 362 days left...Yehah!

Don't forget to drop your (honest) comments. Thanks a lot! =)

10 responses

  • Jayson Lorenzen

    Jayson Lorenzen said (3 Feb 2009):

    I am surprised this is from a p&s, and also I would not have been sure it was a planned shot had I not read your post under it. This is very pleasant, great colors and a feel that there is some contention or apprehension or ... something going on between the guitar and girl (you). Nice all around.

  • Josephine Sicad

    Josephine Sicad said (3 Feb 2009):

    Hi Jayson, appreciate so much the 'meaty' comments. =)
    Puts a smile on my face, from a rookie me. ;p

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (3 Feb 2009):

    A nice composition.

  • Neil Woo

    Neil Woo said (3 Feb 2009):

    awesome portrait , great setup, all you need now is a forground to give it depth. This has a great pose, and a hint of a smile

  • Josephine Sicad

    Josephine Sicad said (3 Feb 2009):

    Yahoooo! thanks for the kind comments Neil...they're goody words to stir my brain so I can do better next time. Hope to hear from you more (when you got the time). Thanks for sharing your ideas. ;p
    Thanks Donald for another pat on my back. ;p

  • abel

    abel gave props (3 Feb 2009):

    Wow, great image.

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (4 Feb 2009):

    This is a terrific shot!

  • triciamary

    triciamary gave props (4 Feb 2009):

    Great shot from a p&s! The colours in the guitar, wall and skirt echo each other for a very pleasing shot.

  • Ken McElroy

    Ken McElroy gave props (7 Feb 2009):

    Beautiful vision. I love the theme running through this series with the guitar. If you had the software capability it would be good to square the building lines wi the picture frame.

  • Josephine Sicad

    Josephine Sicad said (7 Feb 2009):

    Hi everyone, thanks a lot for the kind comments and ideas.
    Makes me push myself to do better everytime. =)
    I salute you all! =)

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