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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Wheel Man, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. Wheel Man

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    Cool. I find this shot very interesting. Well done.

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    Thanks.. I think it could have been better with a diffrent background. Mabey a solid painted wall with out texture.
     
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    yes, I think so too, and I also suggest to change the color setting and it would work better. anyway, the idea is great!! :)
     
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    yep, everything works here....background and crop.
    well done!
     
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    i like it because of the wall texture. good eye
     
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    Like ti the way it is. Enjoy the title. Makes on think of the story behind the board.
    Nice work.
     
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    I agree. I think the "concrete-ness" of the wall adds to the brokenness of the board. Using a diffuse background might have resulted in a more stylized image, but it would have made the board seem more worn-out than something that had been violently broken.
     

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