Nova Scotian Barn

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  1. Garrentee

    Garrentee TPF Noob!

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    Random barn on my trip...one of the few nice days we had...C&C welcome

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    Like the look of this place but pic does not entice me in, would like to see if from a lower level showing more of the bridge and leading u into the picture
     
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    Looking good- keep it up.
     
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    Thanks abraxas...appreciate it coming from you!!

    Deebo, i dont quite understand what you mean? I thought i did a great job of leading the eye through the photo with the bridge...?

    Anyone else have any takes...?
     
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    I see potential in certain people.
     
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    It seems to me that there are two opposing subjects. While the bridge does a great job of leading you into the image, it leads you away from the barn. I'd be curious to see what it would look like shot shot a foot or two lower, with a much larger aperture. I think the barn/sky out of focus would give a much more central focus to the image.

    I'm fairly new at this though so I could be way off...
     

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