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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by loser101, May 6, 2007.

  1. loser101

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    Still working on my dark room skills so yeah sorry. The scanner i use also really sucks sooo that another side of the problem. But tell me what u think.


    thanx,

    oleg
     
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    Love 3...wish there was a bit more detail/contrast on the right...but I would hang it on my wall for sure.
     
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    Alright here's my $0.02
    I like # 1, but I wish that the background on the right had some more detail
    Also, I know its film, but I still would play around with cropping in PS... maybe loosing the tree and the sign on the right
    I do like the exposure and shadows on the Ferrari though
    Nice shot

    Edit:
    I take that comment about cropping the sign out...
    I held up a piece of paper to cover it, and I definitely like it more w/ the sign and tree there.

    #2
    I find that I keep tilting my head to look at the picture. Maybe just a little less angle next time.
    Also, i don't know if it's possible, but moving like 20 feet to the right to see around the corner and more of downtown SF maybe would of helped the composition though
    The sky looks sick!

    #3
    I really like it
    And a agree with nabero, its definitely wall worthy

    Also, since its a bad scanner they probably look better in person, and I look forward to seeing them in a couple weeks when I get home, and taking my shot at film.

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