Another B&W, high contrast

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  1. Jdog

    Jdog TPF Noob!

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    Have at it. I used a flatbed on this one, there is much more shadow detail in the origional.

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  2. captain-spanky

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    not too sure what it is - looks a bit like a ramshackle ol' house.. but it looks very cool. I like high contrast images.
    The composition is spot on, it's a very balanced image and i love all the different textures working together to get a strange sense of harmony... :)
     
  3. Dew

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    thats cool ... not sure what it is either, but i sure can appreciate abstract :)
     
  4. MDowdey

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    nice shot, its got uneasiness to it, awesome, it is....



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  5. adiliegro

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    VERY nice actually....it's a room looking towards a window. As you can see the ceiling is delapitated and falling in...great shot! I like!
     

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