Life En Ecosse

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    I love the first set of artsy shots (although they could use some spaces in between!). They remind me of some of my favorite album art from a band that I really enjoy.... very reminiscant of times gone by, without really following the "rules" of photography. Nice work -- keep it up
     
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    yeah? i like the orange sunset one myself. i like how the windows glow just as brightly as the sky/sun. i maybe could have done with making it straighter...

    what do you think of my other new thread?
     
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    yeah, i do like the colouring of the windows, but how much is serendipity and how much is wizardry? the hanging bear is eerie,the blackness could have killed the composition, and i suppose the compostition might be more balanced if you darkened the rest of the image
     
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    no, you are the total opposite of me. i wanted it to be high contrast (dark blacks, bright whites). a bit like that method used in filming, bleach bypass.
     

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