Japanese Temple - C+C Please

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  1. Neil S.

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    I shot this at a Japanese temple a little over a week ago.

    I like the shot, I just think the background is a little busy. I am not that good at PS or I would try to fix it.

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    Nice!.. what do you think of this crop?
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  3. Neil S.

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    Ya I was thinking it may be better cropped tighter.

    If it had a more attractive background I think this could be a really good shot.
     
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    I think this is a very interesting subject that tells a story or two with or without the title. I agree with you about the busy/uninteresting background, though; would it be possible to do a re-shoot from a different angle that wouldn't include this background?
     
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    Maybe someday.

    I do realize that trying to rework the shot could be beneficial, thanks for that. :thumbup:

    This place is like 3 hours drive one way for us though. We don't go up there very often.
     

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