I look in the mirror, into my own eyes I see my soul, free without ties But it does not fly, itís too sad to soar Sorrow keeps it, deep inside my core Trapped, under the broken pieces of my heart Confused, unsure, not knowing where to start Distracted by the sound of my memories departure Leaving my mind, my heart, ending my torture Finally the unrelenting pain will be obsolete In turn, my mourning is almost complete Before long my soul will be soaring, far past the moon And yours trapped inside, engulfed like a cocoon
I read this poem, remembered I had one of these skeleton keys, and perked an idea~ However, I leave any interpretation to your own whim and demises. ^^
Info: -Nikon Coolpix L810 -Adobe Photoshop for mild post production
First: The setting is really pretty, the brown background with the glitter really sets the scene in my opinion, and the 'props' are nicely placed. I love the kind of smoky air of it all. thumbs up.
The first thing that struck me, that I didn't like, was the fact that the note doesn't look handwritten [even if it is], and thus it is much less personal. A computer wouldn't say that, and as it is a personal message [I guess] It would make mroe of an impact handwritten, even if its almost the same with black ink.
It would have been nice to see a more elaborate key, but that is a matter of taste, I suppose, and a matter of what you have at hand. I the general feel of the picture gives me the feeling that it would take a more elaborate key to set that person free [only my opinon, as all of this is].
Overall: I love this photo and the idea behind it, as I said, the other thing that irked me was the writing on the note (:
This is just too magical, the glitter and the box and everything being set in autumn made me feel like I just stumbled upon it and finding who to set free. A journey to help someone I barely know. this is very inspiring. Thank you :3
Hi I have this camera you used to take this shot and well frankly I hate my camera. Whenever I go to take photos the color is dull the images arent sharp and they are all just poor quality even though they were taken in good lighting. Would there be a certain setting I should use to improve this? Or does the camera just kinda suck? I feel like my phone camera takes pictures twice as good as this camera and Im to the point of giving up.