My way or highway ...

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by inneist, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. inneist

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    not to sure about the location but it is a very nice photo. If you would move more towards the statue i think you could get a better shot of the surroundings also.
     
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    Hi rabidzoomer,

    Thanks for the comment! Actually I had another shot that might be what you've suggested.

    p.s. I confess I don't know why the house appeared leaning in the picture.

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    I like the 2nd one much better :)
     
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    both are well metered shots with nice b&w contrast, but the first one is inferior to the second in my eyes for the first one has a clostrifobic feel to it due to the proximity of the camera to the railing. the second is just a much better framed shot yeilder a more comfortable look.
     
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    What does "clostrifobic" mean? Is it an architecture word? Sorry for my ignorance. :blushing:

    Thanks for you two's last passage.
     
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    "claustrophobic" is a fear of tight spaces.
     

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