moody graveyard b&w picture

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  1. john3eblover

    john3eblover TPF Noob!

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    shot this one a while back on T-Max 400, it was very foggy and hazy so that is why its so grainy. I guess i'm wondering about the composition mainly. does it work or not? Thanks.

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    Wow ! I love this shot ! Very nice.
     
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    I like it. :) It's very centered, and I think it works all right here. I would probably have taken a few steps to the left, then to the right, and taken a couple shots from that perspective, as well. Looks like a really pretty cemetery; you certainly had perfect, gloomy weather to set the mood. I also like the barren trees. :thumbup:

    Good old T-Max 400. Always love the look of that stuff.
     
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    :thumbup: very nice. :)
     
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    i don't think he was in the yard learning a dance step.

    actually, 37 1/2 inches to the right and 178 inches back and you'd be dead on balls!
     
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    Hhahahaa.... K seriously that just made my night.

    Good Shot. I like the grainess of this! Composition it works perfectly aswell. I love t-max! I usually shoot 100 though. Good shot!
     
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    Cool shot
     
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    thanks guys. i can probably go back and reshoot this sometime soon, so maybe i'll try to get a better angle on things. there are some sweet old graveyards around here
     
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    Cool, great image.

    Eric
     
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    Great shot!
     
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    I think the grain works really well here. The composition feels a bit off-kilter but i don't think you can help that really. I think it's the varying heights of the treetops. But really nice shot :)
     
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    omg, lmao!! dead on balls would have been about 60.5" lower... straight down! imo

    very cool shot balls or no balls
     

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