good compositon?

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  1. importsociety

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    hello all, just wanted to know how im doing as far as composition is concerned? how about overall shot?
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    [​IMG]sorry....here it is.
     
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    that a great perspective on the first one!!!! but i cant see the second.... you dont have to space the link between the [​IMG]
     
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    fixed the pic, sorry about that!
     
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    I really like the first, super angle and I especially like the long shadow that sort of disects the railway line :D

    I'd be interested to see whether cropping a little from the left hand side, to put the vanishing point right in the top left corner, would make it even better?

    For the second, the straightness and the beautiful vanishing point effect make me think I'd prefer to see the tracks centred in the frame. Lovely combination of the autumn colours and the rusty tracks, too :thumbup:

    On the other hand... don't hang around too long on railway tracks :shock:
     

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