Barnetery

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  1. Jon_Are

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    C&C please.
    Thanks!
    Jon


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    Interesting shot. I like it.
     
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    Jon, go back to this spot 1.5 hours before the sun goes down and re-shoot it. Also shoot that red barn in the background.
     
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    Thanks, TwoRails.

    Yeah, I know. The sky sucks. I don't know if the picture is worth driving 45 minutes to re-shoot.

    What do you mean by shooting the red barn? You mean just by itself??

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    I think the bland sky helps reinforce the photo in this case. The shot can be interpreted as a sad, empty (but with emotion, empty as in love one's are gone), shot. A 'pretty' blue sky with fluffy clouds would detract IMHO.
     
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    Interesting point, hadn't thought of it that way.

    I was thinking of a dark, more ominous sky, though.

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