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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by EJBPhoto, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. EJBPhoto

    EJBPhoto TPF Noob!

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    I. Love. This. Perhaps it will be flamed, but damn. I took it, and it just struck a chord in me. I was really excited to show all of you.

    Lemme know what you think. Be easy please :) Critique is good, but be gentle :)
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  2. EJBPhoto

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    Maybe this is the wrong forum or something.... should i post this in another section?
     
  3. ClarkKent

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    I think you should not have cropped the top of the building off. Other than that..not oo bad, cool capture.
     
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    I really like it too, nice shot.
     
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    The building is cool and the tones are nice. I agree about the top of the building. The whole image seems a little soft too.
     
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    I like the softness of the building, but the top should be there.

    On a different note. Where is this building? I hate to see the really cool past structures just wasting away. Seems a waste.
     
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    if you could retake this, include the entire roof top and position the guy a little closer to the camera...he's a bit of a distraction at this distance IMO.

    i like the feel of this and believe it's definitely worth a reshoot. :thumbup:
     
  8. EJBPhoto

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    It's in Waco Texas :) I agree with all of you about the top. Damn. OH well :(

    As for the softness, I'm a big fan of the tones in this one. Usually i go way overboard with contrast, but I kept it softer on this and I like it.

    Thanks for the feedback so far!
     
  9. Calliope

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    I like the tone and I don't mind the "softness". My only complaint is the top of the building but I guess you realize that by now, eh? :) Really nice shot though... and welcome to the forum.
     
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    I strongly agree on him..

    it will look more impressive if the top of the building was not crapted..

    but...awesome pic..i like it..B/W
     
  11. EJBPhoto

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    Thanks. I already acknowledged the top part :) Glad you like it.
     

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