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  1. Nikklaus

    Nikklaus TPF Noob!

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    Me and two friends went back to the old Shoreham Cement Works yesterday to take some more photos. I had some new ideas and shots I wanted to try out. Please give me your opinions!

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    Interesting photos but a little too dark for me, I'd like to see them slightly lighter to appreciate the rich textures a little more...just a personal opinion.

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    Thanks for the advice Peter. The first set of shots I got were much lighter - showed the place very accurately but I felt they didn't show the mood of the building particularly well. This time I tried differen't apertures and shutter speeds to capture the sinister feel of the place.

    Thanks! :D
     
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    Oh they do sinister very well, won't catch me hanging out there after dark :)

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