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  1. SrBiscuit

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    Hi all,
    I was in gettysburg PA this past week for the dedication and opening of the Wills house museum. David Wills was my 3x great grandfather, so we went down for the dedication, as my dad is very involved with the project.

    here;s a shot i took of a local guy who owns an antique shop. he made his way down to the dedication, so i snapped this of him.

    the lamp post is unfortunately located, but does anyone have any C&C regarding composition or anything?

    i thought it looked better in sepia (i guess i wasnt trying to make it look old, because it really doesnt) but i thought it looked nice.

    thanks!

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    if you used a larger aperture or use a soft focus tool in you image editor for the backround, it would add a nice effect of a portrait.

    But other than that it is a very nice photograph.
     
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    hmmmm good call...it would def look better with the bg blurred.
    ill keep that in mind for next time.

    thanks!
     

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