I need your C&C's on that one

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  1. taskoni

    taskoni TPF Noob!

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    Yesterday I took this picture but unfortunately didn't turned out the way I was imagining. I am not happy with the framing but I don't have enough skills to tweak it in Photoshop :( On the other hand I really like the texture and the wall and the distortion that my widish lens provided. How can I make the window pop out without cropping and fill the whole frame with it? Shall I use the Healing brush tool to "build up" the columns from L&R to the top of the frame or make the wall around the window more dull?
    Please help me in this one.
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    if you want to keep the texture detail b&w might be an option to consider, and it's easy enough to crop out what you don't want to get a better framing picture.

    just an example
    just cropped, converted to b&w with an infared filter.

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    though looking at it i get annoyed by that ledge/roof on the right
     
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    Thanks for your time to comment! Really appreciated
    You are right about the ledges but by making the photo B&W do you think I am missing the point?
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    I would go for an upright image keeping as much as possible the white bar above the window and if you can bring out the blue cross on the window, but keep it in color.
     

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