I found an old spigot on the farm...C&C please

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  1. kundalini

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    I can't decide between the color or B&W, but I like the cropped one. What do ya'll think? All shot with 50mm f/1.8 at f/4, 1/200 and ISO 100.

    #1 - normal


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    #2 - B&W Only have photoshop elements 3.0, just removed color and adjusted contrast.

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    #3 Cropped at bit
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    Any thoughts are welcomed.
     
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    I like the first one the best.
    The second one give too much weight to the water and the third one is a little too tight plus the spigot has a bit of a halo.

    I think the interesting part of the photo is the repetion of shape, between the vertical pipe and the water. I think you should just crop it on the right side, up to the spigot.
     
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    dont like the B&W, you were lucky enough to find an old rusty spigot, so dont take that away from yourself. i think the crop was too much, give it back about an inch or two, just past the pipe and i would like it a whole lot more.
     
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    The 3rd one is too phallic for my tastes.
     
  5. kundalini

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    Either the timing or the weather hasn't been right to give it another go. I am out of town all next week, but when I return I shall try again. Thanks for all the feedback. It always helps.
     
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    the first is the best.
     
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    Very nice images. The rustic look of this is great.
     

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