SPLAT!!

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  1. Wyjid

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    Bit of Graphitti on the side of the bank

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    very vibrant bricks... loving the textures!!! what were your settings and equipment??
     
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    pentax k20d 18mm. 1/80 F11 iso400. and PS CS. contrast boost curve, shadow's highlights,
     
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    Bahahaha. I like it. :D
     
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    Nice catch!
     
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    i love the texture!
     
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    heh. it's funny what people see. strong perspective photo with intercecting lines, and everyone likes the colours and textures, hahaha
     
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    I think it's fascinating. I mean absolutely no offence by this, but the actual subject really isn't that spectacular. It's a splat on a brick wall. But somehow, it simply works, it looks amazing! I love the intersecting lines, and how they fade out to almost an artificially-made vanishing point. The colours are superb, and the rule of thirds just makes it.

    I just think it's incredible how such a measly photo can look so outstanding, incredible job!

    (Just to clarify, there are NO negative parts to this at all, I'm amazed at what you've managed!)
     
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    Am I the only one that this really doesn't do anything for? :lol:

    To me it looks like a pigeon did a number on a brick wall.
     
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    But it was an ARTISTIC pigeon! :lmao:
     
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    and the pigeon would have had to perform quite a spectacular maneuver to accomplish such a splat on a vertical wall. :lol:
     
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    The pigeon was a refugee from cirque du soleil. :lmao:

    I so see what you saw in this. I would have tried to shoot it, but I doubt whether I would have been as successful as you. I think that light at photo right, on the wall really enhances the composition, giving it nice balance.
     

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