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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by teneighty23, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. teneighty23

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    2 minutes at F8 ISO 100

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    Cool perspective I like it!
     
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    bump for fun
     
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    I like the idea for sure.
    In my opinion, it would be a much stronger image if you were to let it dissappear into the light instead of off the frame. Keep the directionality of your subject in frame.
    The POV and exposure works well in this image.
     
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    Nice shot. Perfect example of a capture that is well suited for B&W.
     
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    yea i should have tried it to see how it would turn out at least, just in real life all it was were a few ugly buildings with lamps lighting thier doorways, but if it would have washed them out it could have added to it.
     

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