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  1. MATTY_T

    MATTY_T TPF Noob!

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    So today we finally had a little overcast in Phoenix so I always wanted to shoot this building without the harsh sun. Anyways Im wondering if I should crop this photo a little tighter or leave it how it is? C&C Please!

    Thanks in advance!

    EDIT: I updated the photo a little bit and also added a little bit of sepia tint to it, i think i like it better. let me know what you think!

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    Here is another one that I just finished.. I really like this one.
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    Looks like the gap is big enough to get some good pics....
     
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    lol yeah its a decent gap, not big enough for me to squeez thru though. haha. plus their is a sign that i didnt capture in that picture about no trespassing and their are cops that patrol that park area 24/7
     
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    plus i like the fence being in the picture...not sure if its workin for anyone else but i like it
     
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    so im not sure if its because of my monitor at home is incorrect but that last photo I posted seemed to be a tad bit too dark when I looked at it on my work monitor. I made some quick adjustments and I think its looking little better. Feedback please.

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    No feedback? :(
     
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    personally i think the fence makes the picture what it is. i like the shot with the sign visible the most. dont care much for the sephia, shot number 3 is king.
     
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    Well I do like the sepia. It gives it an older and more Spanish feel. Wonder how the black and white would look with a bit more contrast?
     

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