Lonely Bench

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  1. rusty9

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    i took this shot several weeks ago, but didn't post it here :(

    this was done at night with a long exposure
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    Things tend to look better when they having more space in front of them than in back of them. Since the bench is "looking" towards the right, I would have framed the bench on the left side with most of the space being on the right side.
     
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    noted. thanks.
    i'll try a reshoot soon. cropping isn't an option for this picture, because it was already cropped because my dumb self put the bench smack dab in the center. and there was an ugly light to the far right that was blown out due to the long exposure
     
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    like it and how much cropping did you have to do?
     
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    i cropped out about 3/4ths of the orriginal
     
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    Well that blown out light can always be fixed through some photoshoping. And while you're there, get rid of the trees. Especially the one that's growing from the bench. :p

    Just make sure to keep the grass. Love the look of it. Did you use an infrared filter?
     

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