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Rock The Rooftop
Shutterbugs Showcase Assignment Week 4
Posted by AAshleySEG on June 6, 2011 Full Size|

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Reply Minraed
9:04 AM on June 15, 2011 
I am going to agree with Sylent here - great things happening, and as a screenshot it is terribly fun and exciting - depending on the situation I would say there is nothing wrong with this at all, really there isn't. From a photography standpoint, if we were to push you to create something more "artistic" then definitely I would recommend playing with moving the sims around into different positions and playing with the camera. One trick I have learned when using props that require the sim to interact, like the bar and instruments, is to place the item into position and play with the camera angles first then put the sims to action. This way you don't have to move those that require the object, and can focus on the other sims that are moving independantly. Whoa, did that make any sense at all?! We will cover this topic in our next photo tips booklet. phew!
Reply sylentwhysper
9:07 PM on June 13, 2011 
Your set is gorgeous and the city scape backdrop is breathtaking! Love the bubbles too. I can tell you've put a lot of detail into this scene, including the characters. I applaud you for using so many sims, I know it's not always easy. Unfortunately, I feel that the middle of the photo is very congested with four sims overlapping eachother. Moving them apart would have helped balance the picture more and filled the scene a bit better. This could have easily been your best shot, you had all the right elements, just needed to be more careful with with placement of the sims.
Reply AAshleySEG
6:18 PM on June 10, 2011 
Gordana says...
Hehe... the roof is on fire! Awesome work!

Thanks Gordana!!!
Reply Gordana
5:58 PM on June 10, 2011 
Hehe... the roof is on fire! Awesome work!

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