Barn

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  1. Uselessdreamer1

    Uselessdreamer1 TPF Noob!

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    shot this when trying to get rid of film at thanksgiving. it came back pretty good. tell me what i could have done better.
     
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    might look better in b&w
     
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    I thinks B&W also would be the way to go. My only other suggestion would be to tilt the photo slightly to the right. The perspective of the wall of the barn leaning to the left and the vertical boards in the front give the look of it tilting.
     
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    I think that black and white would look good too, but sepia might also look pretty neat. Should give it sort of a westerny feel!!!
     
  5. hobbes28

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    The first thing I thought when I saw this is that it lacks a good subject. I have trouble deciding if the board, wall, tire, tree or pole is the subject. I like the leaning appearence of the barn. It really does make the barn look like it's leaning on the board...I like the effect.
     

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