The Castle

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    Is it worth anything or is it just a simple photo? I tried to catch a motion and movement of the people there. It was a late evening. I know that the top of the castle is a bit overexposed, but it was 2 sec. exposure. What do you think? And how the border works here?
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  2. iman

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    Mentos, I love this! It reminds me of early photographs. And I like the movement of the people below.
     
  3. MDowdey

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    ooh i love it!!! some of them almost look like ghosts..great shot!!


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  4. conch

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    I think it's a good idea to have the border. it keeps the eye from leaving the frame since the sky is blown out. the movement of the people is captured nicely. overall, I found it confusing because the top half looks like its daytime but the bottom half evening. have you try a crop of the lower half?
     
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    Yes I agree that this has a nice "time period" look to it. Overall I say good job, I like it :thumbup:
     

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