first B&W photo!

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  1. Nikoncs4

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    c&C please
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    I like it alot. My eyes want to follow the road all the way to the top of the hill where the roofed area is. My only critique is I wish you included the whole width of the road on the shot.
     
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    to me its a fairly uninteresting shot - it looks kind of old which is cool, but hte modern structure at the top kind of ruins that look for me... to each their own though! :)

    edit: i really do like the photoshopping you did though - i feel the B&W how you have it makes it look awesome, i just dont like the subject i guess.
     
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    very nice, but I would bump up the contrast just a bit, but that's just me, despite of that, the photo is beautiful.
     
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    I kinda like this photo. I like the spareness of it and would actually have made it even more so by totally cropping out the road and the bench next to it.

    And I find the tonal range just fine.
     
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    I agree with Mr. (?) Cloudwalker. The tonal range is subtle, but complete. Excellent composition, road leading to line of hill, leading to gazebo, and line of contrails leading back to road. Very pleasing.

    Were you aware that you've a bit of dirt on your sensor?
     
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    Yes, Mr. John, you got it right. My name is Chris.

    Mr. Chris :lmao:
     
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    Not to take up too much space in another's thread, but that's funny. Like Pat, Chris is SO gender specific!
     
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    :lmao:
     
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    Hello Mr Chris and Mr John!

    I love this shot - really get a sense of loneliness with it xxx
     

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