The old frankfort train bridge(my first roll)

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  1. Uselessdreamer1

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    hey everyone this is my first roll developed i think a few of the pictures are ok but i want critiques!!!!
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    I like #11, but its a bit too bright in the corner.

    That's really a lot of pics for a single post, though!

    The critque gallery is usually only or 1 or 2 pictures.
     
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    sorry but ive been wanting these to be critiqued.
    i wanna sell thien to local shopes. so i want them to be pretty nice.
    SORRY!!!
     
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    if you all would like i can put up my favorites.????
     
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    Go back there and shoot it when it's not an overcast day.

    1)you're gonna have sharp shadows from the sun, they help emphasize the 3D geometry of the bridge
    2) You're gonna have some clouds and blue color... not just white... (take a pol filter)
    3) Include something for scale...
     
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    I find the shot called "41d56ce0.jpg" the best :)
     
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    In the first few leading towards the bridge you may want a deeper dof - unless I assume wrong in thinking you want the eye to lead down towards the bridge?
     
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    i was gonna do some cropping so these are completely raw. ive done a few.. yea i know they tend to lean to places then dont need too i.e. to the bridge.
     
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    The composition in the 3rd pic makes it appeal to me more than the other pics. It is also the 2nd from the last.
    I like it's converging lines and how they converge at a point that almost satisfies the rule of thirds.
    A rew of the other things that captures my attention are
    1) the blownout sky
    2) the focus wasn't sharp enough to capture texture in the rusted rail posts.
     
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    I think alot of those would look way killer in b+w... most train stuff looks good in b+w.. my .02
     
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