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  1. P Bailey

    P Bailey TPF Noob!

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    I like the lines of it. I wonder how it would look without the flash, and a long exposure to let the light come through the slits in the door.

    If it's possible I'd love to see it.
     
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    I think it might be too dark without a flash. Maybe just difuse the flash and try black and white. My flash has a way to turn down the power.
     
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    I think if you just used a diffuser on your flash it would be fine. It looks almost blown out at the bottom and not bright enough at the top. I think it is an interesting shot aside from that.
     
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    I too would like to see this in black and white (but I like to see everything in black and white) with a little diffuser light.
     
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    come on people, the flash makes it a haunted house :wink:

    flash also serves to keep the top of the stairs dark, though the door on the right seems too blown out
     
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    I like the shot, but not the flash, it "dicreases" the atmosphere.
     

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