A long way down

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  1. Maxx640

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    One of my rare digital shots.
     
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    i love the look of the water but it feels a little under exposed to me
     
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    I think I would have liked this one more in color...but nice angle!
     
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    Yeah the angle POV of the shot is interesting... Its a great shot of lines for B+W... however it is under exposed... I think you should have got your reading from the dark areas.. ( Tripod for sure ) and went from there..

    As it is now the most interesting angle, ( wall down stairs ) is to dark and shows no detail, also the steps, need to be lighter to show some great shape...

    if a re shoot is possible, bracket bracket bracket, and tripod...
     
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    Thanks, off I go to shoot it again, it's only 5 min away on foot! This time I'll go at it with my film camera, I always get better results.
     
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    and its not underexposed if he was exposing for the water, if this had been film i would have dodged on land and burned in on the water, also i'm on a new monitor so . . . i might not be seeing the same thing.

    i'm pretty sure i see solid white though, so i would say it could be more of a light issue if he wants to see more in the shadows.
     

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