Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Glycerol Sound, Jun 13, 2010.
38 views and 0 replies? is it that bad?
Maybe you had something in mind taking those pic's? Like this wall represents the holes in my heart, something like that? You know what i mean, the main thought. Or you were like "Imma shoot this wall fast, cause I see a brick fallin' " I'm just curious.
I do like the crumbling wall, but I would have preferred a close up. I find the power line distracting.
The second picture does not give a sepia feel, but almost looks black and white.
I like the crumbling wall best.. don't know how you would get rid of the power line.. cloning out the line would be easy, but each brick? Yikes!
the crubling wall is really cool looking
Your right! I forgot about the shadow... Oke leave it in! Ignore my post.
I dont really have things like that in my mind when making art usually, cause I'm not that kind of artist really. I love "urban decay" photography and that brick wall (and the elevator shaft) I thought illustrated that feel very well, especially when I used the sepia tones and upped the contrast (probably why it seemed more B&W, pmsnel). The bricks have been like that for a while so it that kind of shot either.
Thanks for the comments though, I'm glad you guys liked the shots :mrgreen:
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