spenger's fish grotto

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    bluebora20v TPF Noob!

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    just a pic from vday...

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    Horizontal lines in a vertical shot always adds interest! All the elements seem unique. Including the bent telephone pole. They might want to fix that. Or could it be a wide angle distortion deal? Maybe open the bottom 1/3 of the photo (ever so slightly)
     
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    I like this... I haven't been able to my fingers on understanding what makes a good streetscape shot and what doesn't, but I do know that this works for me.
     
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    thanks for the replies! :)

    craig, i didn't even notice the bent pole...it could be an illusion...? i'm not sure what you mean by opening the bottom of the photo? :?:
     
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    Try making the shadow area's a little lighter to show more detail. Only a suggestion. Sometimes the added detail takes the eye away from the main focus of the photo. Of course every monitor is different. Plus I have noticed detail loss when I post photos. Dial up stinks, so I make them small so I do not half to watch the "progress bar".
    That is a whole other story.
     

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