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  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    A local stencil artist's work on a telephone pole.

    Comments and criticisms more than welcome.:D

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You needed to be so close so that the sides to the left and the right of this telephone pole would not show, right?
    Therefore you had to crop the cube so closely. I understand.
    Usually I'd have said I would have wanted to see the lower part of the cube, too, but that would have included a background, I now guess, and you did not want that inside your frame.
    Cool texture.
    At first, and without reading your comment, I would have thought this had been on a barn door or so. You must have crept up quite close to that pole ... might have made others wonder: "What on earth is HE doing there!?!?!?" :lol:
     
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    Nice texture in the wooden pole!

    Unfortunately the cube is lost to me with the lower part being cut off. Maybe would have been better in a portrait format?
     
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    To be quite honest, the cube is lost to most people passing by also. It isn't a particularily well done stencil; the 3D perspective is all wonky. I shot a couple portrait oriented ones but ended up liking this one the most because the cube is partly cropped off.:lol: Everyone sees things differently though.:thumbup:

    Thanks for the replys.:D
     

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