Rusty 'ol chain

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  1. Jaymz77

    Jaymz77 TPF Noob!

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    Took a walk around town and found this little piece of chain, it was really bright out but I really liked it and didnt even have to PP it.. is there anything that could make it better?

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    I'm not sure what could make it better, maybe some more contrast? I'm not sure, it's not fair because I'm a whore for high-contrast stuff. I mean, the subject matter is kind of boring to me, and more of the depth of field's focus is in the rocks rather than on the chains, I'm not sure if I described that correctly, but basically too many rocks are sharp and not enough chain is sharp, in my opinion at least. So, I'm not sure what would make it better.
     
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    indeed. dof needs to be moved to background. or bring subject closer :)
     
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    I thought the same withthe DOF but I was thinking it was kinda "artsy" :) How about this one?

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