Grimsby docks

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  1. davekas2

    davekas2 TPF Noob!

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    I took this shot with a mono conversion in mind, I am quite pleased with the conversion but want to improve, so please feel free to comment.
    Dave
     

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    jeroen No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I have no idea what i am looking at but i like it just because of that.
    Those plants on the left seem to leave a dropshadow on the clouds that bugs me a bit.
    But it's weird in a good way and I like the composition and B&W conversion.

    Cheers, Jeroen
     
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    Cool! Honestly, it looks like it's set up more like a sketch than a photograph, which I like.
     
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    There's a lot going on, I don't know if I love it.
     
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    Looks like great material to work with...just a little too much going on in the background.
    I would suggest moving around such subjects and attempting to get clearer angles (a step to the right here maybe). The graphic qualities here are excellent...effects very dramatic.
     

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