Driftwood

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  1. myopia

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    I like this but I think the composition could perhaps be a little stronger with a square crop, taking off the left side and bottom(viewing), so that the driftwood comes over closer to the bottom left corner axis.
    The exposure looks real good and a nice conversion.
    Well done.
     
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    A nice idea indeed about the crop, although I was personally liking the vastness and suction of the width. I will try a crop and put it up soon.
    I took this on kodak cw400 (C-41) black and white film, so I guess I did convert from sepia to bw:wink:
     
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    I'm sorry, I should have realized it was film.
    Its the centering of the driftwood that led me to the suggestion. With the wonderful depth, I think you might find the vastness will remain evident.
     
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    Thanks. It's a good suggestion and I know what you mean about centered photos.
     

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