Looking Through Church Window B&W

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  1. TriniPhototakeoutta

    TriniPhototakeoutta TPF Noob!

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    A picture of a friend of mine peering through a church window to see if anyone was there.
    Fujifilm s1000fd
    converted using cs4

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  2. Christhegreat.

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    Cool! Another S1000fd user! =D
    Photo looks pretty good.
    A little more contrast maybe? Not too sure since im still learning.
     
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    The bright spot on her elbow is distracting. That can be eliminated by having her pose with her hand a little more forward, and/or lessened by burning that area to bring it closer to the overall exposure of her skin.

    That said, this perspective seems flat to me, and lacks depth. Shifting the camera to the right so that you use the length of the wall to full advantage, or from closer to the ground and up, making use of the building's height, will add some depth and motion to the image (as well as, hopefully, creating some leading lines toward the subject).
     
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    Thanks Christhegreat.. Sold that fuji though. waitin on my next cam

    Thanks musicaleCA for the c&c
     

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