San Francisco Beetle

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  1. thomash

    thomash TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    shot this in San Francisco a while ago:

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    I quite like it what do you think?

    Thomas
     
  2. JonMikal

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    i really like this! angle exposure and all! is that a ticket on the windshield?
     
  3. Mo

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    Great theme and composition, but I think its too bright in the corner.
     
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    very interesting composition ! I like it.

    the picture is contrasted, from dark foreground to bright background, also from curved lines to right lines.

    really great shot :thumbsup:
     
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    I like the shot. I was going to go with Mo about the bright right top edge but somehow it really adds to the shot. Well done mate.
     
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    Agreed- the upper right corner contrasts well with the dark portion of the photo. Nicely done.
     
  7. ksmattfish

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    Wonderful composition, but I think I'd like to see it in more even lighting with a blue sky and clouds. The VW just looks a little dull in the shadow, and the extra bright upper corner competes for attention.
     

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