Eiffel Tower B&W

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    It should be a touch darker.

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    A more subtle watermarking could have saved the same purpose IMO...
     
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    Yea alittle darker and without the watermark it will be a great image.....thanks for sharing such a great photo.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! I'll post more later this week. =)))
     
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    I'm confused as to whether or not this is intended as a graphic design piece or a photo?

    The "watermark" doesn't even look subtle like a watermark, it looks more like a logo.

    If it's a graphic design piece to be used for a brochure or ad, then I like the border but the name should be a little darker because the "PHO" get lost in the tower...

    If it's simply a photo with a border and "watermark", the watermark is really distracting and the border is a little much. Nice photo otherwise.
     

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