Industrial Montreal

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  1. deudeu

    deudeu TPF Noob!

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    Just a few shots, looking for C&C:

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    Nothing crazy here, but i think that they are not too bad.
    Personal fav would be #2 (i was pretty proud of the "old postcard" look)

    Thank you for looking!
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The sky in Photo 1 sports a nicely deep blue, which I like.

    Photo 2 is very straightforward, but I feel this befits the lines and squares (window frames) of this modern flour mill. The shadows on the tall, cylindrical tanks also worked to your advantage. To my mind, though, this photo is a bit too clean and too sharp to resemble an old postcard. But someone could certainly turn it into one, i.e. make it look as if it were an old postcard, indeed.

    My thoughts about the last are that if this were among my own photos, I'd probably test out a couple of crops that'd help me get rid of the sky here and only stay with the darker parts... still haven't come to a conclusion as to what would really look good, though.
     
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    I agree about #3. The blown out sky is a pain but i couldn't figure out a proper crop for it (this is a crop already!)

    AS far as #2 is concerned, my comment about old postcards was just about the colors. It just looks like a picture that would have been in the sun for a while... which i like!
     

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