dramatic castle...

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  1. diGIgirl

    diGIgirl TPF Noob!

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    So this was my attept to give a building a character, a personality....

    Comments and critiques are of course welcome!




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    Wow....AWESOME composition! Those trees frame this picture perfectly and draw my eye straight up to the castle. I love the clouds...... this really does have an overwhelming effect. Again....fantastic shot!
     
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    Yes, i would have to agree! Composition is beautifully done! I love the clouds and how the castle contrasts and compliments each other. Gives me the feeling and imagery of an archaic sense and or security. Great shot!
     
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    very cool! Reminds me of Count Dracula or something Vincent Price would do a movie in!
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You not only tried to give this building character, you also SUCCEEDED!
    Very well done.
    Is this as far as you could go regarding contrasts?
     
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    Wow...I dunno how to describe it but one thing to tell you, you're in my FAN list! :hail:

    great shot
     
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    Great composition.. I love the way you have used the trees to frame the castle, it works SO good! :D

    Thank you for posting, and once again; welcome very much to TPF!

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    The framing and tones are really nice.
     
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    I agree about the framing of the trees and you definitely captured the character of the castle! Well done!
     
  10. diGIgirl

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    Thanks so much everyone! Yes I was wondering about upping the contrast, maybe i will give it a shot!

    Thanks again!
     
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    perfect sky!
     
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    everything is good except for the angle, I don't like the angle.
    did you use filters? digital conversion?
     

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