B&W cemetary pics.

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  1. uberben

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    This was taken about a month ago and I just got time to scan them in. What are your thoughts?

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    oops, didn't mean to post the second. Just ignore that one
     
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    I really like the B&W...the leaves make this such a hearty photo. Nice work uber!!!

    Is the sun natural or is it PS'd?
     
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    Thanks, the sun was natural
     
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    I really like to compo of the second one. The first one for me needs leveled on the scanner and cropped.
     
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    The first one's nice. Don't straighten it.
     
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    The first one rocks. Good choice going B&W for it, it really helps the 'feel' of the shot.

    I certainly wouldn't straighten' anything about this shot, it looks as if it is straight anyway. Was the tomb actually sinking and the stairs as well?

    I MIGHT say a crop to the second stair might help the picture. I am kinda undecided on that point.

    All in all a great shot, and I wouldn't mind a night shot of the same location if you live nearby it. I love the creepy feel of the shot, and I am sure night shots would be even more on the creep factor. (Only if you are willing to walk out there at night...alone O.O)
     
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    Thats a good call. I'll venture out there at night and see what I can get.
     
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    SWEET!
     
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    Creepy!
     
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    Lovely Photograph
     
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    WOW!! btw, what second shot??

    I love the composition of the pic with the slanted tomb and staircase... anti-symmetry is always a good thing... good work!

    ps: what camera did u use for this shot?
     

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