The Local Church-B&W shots

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  1. Cheesy_DSLR_Man

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    So i was walking around town and decided to snap some shot's of my local church, these are what i got. Take a look and let me know what you think, Cheers :D

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    They seem really under exposed though in the first it totally goes with the "creepy" factor. :)
     
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    I like them, but very new so take that with a grain of salt. :0 May I ask what settings you used?
     
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    Scary! No wonder there are so many atheists roaming the world today.:D
     
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    im pretty new to the world of photography as well, a bit daunting when you star but once you learn a few things it gets easier,hahahaha.

    yeah sure, i had my camera set to manual:

    Pic 1: Aperture- f/3.5
    Shutter Speed- 1/80
    ISO-400

    Pic 2: Aperture- f/3.5
    Shutter Speed-1/160
    ISO- 400

    Pic 3: Aperture- f/3.5
    Shutter Speed- 1/200
    ISO- 400

    thanks for the comment :D
     
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    Pic1 is pretty good and moody. I think the second too are a bit strangely compose. No framing as such, underexposed, and is it me but is there a fair bit of vignetting?
     
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    yeah there is some, i added it when converting them to Black and White, thought it might improve the photo.
     
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    i'm not crazy about any of them. the subject is fine, but i think they could have been composed better. on some, your horizon is tilted. while sometimes a tilt works, it doesn't here.

    try some different angles.
     

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