Grave Yard shift

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  1. Black & White

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    Hi I was out today and I took these because the other week when I was driving but, I didn`t have my camera on me. But today I thought I go out and get a couple of shots.

    Now I`ve have decide to places two lots of photos, because I like Black and white photography than coloured photos ....
     
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    would you mind to tell more about this *building*?
     
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    #1-4 & 7, mind your horizon.

    #7 could have been such a strong image with the dark headstone versus the white cross (cropped out right side) and of course the horizon.
     
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    I'm gonna go with 3, your 2nd b/w conversion... Though as above, mind your verticals.
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    This church is in my home town which is in Whitefield. I have no idea when it was build but I have been inside and its rather beautiful as well.
     
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    Here is the proper photo of number 7.
     
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    Well, since it's in your home town, you have a great resource for good shot opportunities. If you were to get in about the same spot as #7 but step to your right to get the white cross in frame (and get the steeple straight!), I think that would look good. Also maybe have the church framed in the middle of those two headstones. There's just something about the contrast between those two that I like. Dark vs Light / Good vs Evil. I dunno, just thinking out loud.
     
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    I`ll try that and tips as well as advise always comes in handy thanks...;)
     

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