forgotten door

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  1. Fate

    Fate TPF Noob!

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    Nice door that i found in the middle of nowhere :)

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  2. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great shot fate, you've balenced it nicely with the crop. Good tones too :thumbup:
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Veeeeeerrrrry nice. I love this one.
    The conversion and the contrasts (i.e. the tones) are great in this one and the textures come out nicely. Can you go back there in summer when this wall-creeper will have leaves?
     
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    Will do LaFoto :) Thanks for the comments you guys
     
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    Fate TPF Noob!

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    bump :D
     
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    Beautiful capture. Really love the contrast.
     
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    this would have been really great if you had a subject leaning against the wall to the right. This could be done in the future so I would keep this shot because it definetly has potential to be a great shot.--lenny
     
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    Awesome shot :D
    love the detail!
    also i like the way it goes from very dark in the top-left to lighter in the bottom-right...
     
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    Really cool shot
     
  10. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    nice compo and the BW suits it right. :D
     
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    Nice shot all around.
     
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    i love how there is a diagonal line created where the two textures (brick and foliage) meet. great comp.
     

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