anyone like this old tin shack?

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    Seems to me you've dialed in way to much orange. Just doesn't look realistic to me.
     
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    possibly a bit too warm, but its a rusty old thing and the sun was setting behind me
     
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    I think that it's a great look....very weathered, rusted, and a reflection on the end of the industrial revolution..........:thumbup:
     
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    It is way too centered for my tastes. The shack is pretty much directly centered both horizontally and vertically. I also agree about the color though I don't think it's the color as much as too much saturation on the shack. It almost looks painted that color instead of rust....not very natural looking.
     

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