Late 1800's Spiral Staircase

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  1. Randog

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    Spiral Staircase located at Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge

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    Love the compostition! shame about the brightness from the window but overall i really like it
     
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    Love the composition and textures of this shot. The muted tones are offset well by the soft window light.Might give it a tad more contrast and sharpening.
    Think I'd try it in BW as well.

    Great shot!:)
     
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    very cool, I definately think you should convert it to B&W
     
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    great shot, i agree with spike and jonk, would like to see it in B&W...
     
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    OK ya guy's here is the B&W version. Love the feedback!

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    nice ;)
     
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    Agreed. I really like the composition. That natural light from the window does wonders for the photo, and I cant decide which I like better; B&W or color. I'm leaning towards the B&W but both are excellent. Nice work! -Jared
     
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    Nice composition - I like both color and b&w but the b&w seems more appealing to me. Nice!
     
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    Well composed, I definatley prefer the B&W as the little bit of color detracts from the lines and curves in the picture which to me is what the picture is all about. Well seen.
     
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    much prefer the b&w version, very nice!
     
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    Thanks everyone for the wonderful feedback. I think after converting this one to B&W it definitely shows better. I still however like the color version as well. I took this shot for a birthday gift for a friend, her favorite colors are red and gray, and the shot was taken on her birthday. She was very pleased. Thanks for looking.
     

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