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  1. NikonChick

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    This in one from back in school. I dont do much of this type of stuff but how I do miss having access to a 4x5 sinar. :cry:

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    I like this. I'm a big B&W fan, it's sharp, interesting and not obvious. I like the way the light reflects on the solid door too, bringing a second point of interest in.
     
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    Thanks. :D
     
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    Gotta love the DOF here! Nice.
     
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    I love the shot and the contrast is excellent. However, that white area in the top right corner is really distracting. I'd like to see it cropped in and have the building fill the shot. But that's just me.
     
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    Thanks. that sky line always bothered me too. Ive never cropped it, cause then the dept was lost and just looks like 35mm. Ive tried adding a digital sky/clouds but Im too much of a naturalist for that to satisfy me. Most likely Ill go back there some day (with clouds and some rented gear) and reshoot.
     

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