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  1. ScoobyRoo20

    ScoobyRoo20 TPF Noob!

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    I don't know how to describe this one. I didn't realize it was so "dark" until I saw it on the comuter screen. Any thoughts? Yes I know it's a little grainy. :D
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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I don't mind the grain at all, but I think it could have benefitted from your pointing your camera up a little more in composing the image, to lose some of the asphalt in front of your boy and getting some more of that "roof" into your frame. Else I like the symmetries here, but you could have worked a bit more on the lines around your boy. B+W is fitting for this one.
     
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    I think the extra asphalt at the bottom gives a good sense of perspective. All your photos I've looked at today make me think of films, I dont know why but this one reminds me of "The Shining" :)
     
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    Very cool. Personally, I'd up the contrast to make it more "dark" ... nice job, though
     
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    Thanks for the comments y'all. If it was easy for me to go back and redo, I would. But it's an expencive trip back to Boston. lol
     

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