Grainy Capture

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  1. Essence Of Perception

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    Well, I know the image isn't that great, had some issues with it. I took it with my Canon AE-1 35mm SLR, and it was the very first hour I ever used it. I was hoping to capture the look of old and forgotten, as if someone forgot about this lost soul. Any critique is welcome.

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    You know, I really like this. I think you got what you were after and although not technically a good image artisticly it has a good communication of emotion.
     
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    Very interesting effect on the chain fence in the upper half of your image; it truly looks like you have captured a lonesome soul...
    What you have here is a very nice artistic image!
    Thanks for sharing...
     
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    i love this picture. wuldnt mind having it framed on my wall. :)
     
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    It's a nice image. The out of focus fence in front adds a nice tough. I feel the dog is a bit to tight to the edge of the frame. I might crop a bit off the top as well.
     
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    I love the grainy effect. Good job.
     
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    Awww he looks so sad, i just wanna hug him and take him home with me!! Nice pic though, i like it!
     

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