The Old Mill

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  1. VtPhotog

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    I really like them, but for some reason in the first two, it looks like the building is leaning. It might be my eyes... it was a really long weekend.

    The last one I wish the top corner of the ladder wasn't cut off, which is very minor.

    The colors are great and the composition is terrific.
     
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    I love these pics. The color, composition and exposure all look really good to me. I agree with sauce though about the building lookin like it is leaning a little. If the top of the roof was flush with the top of the frame and if the ladder wasnt cut off in the third one.
     
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    I like #2 for it's scenic characteristics. It has the bonus of an action element (water) which you might not normally see but is appropriate to the subject. I kinda see the leaning thing. Skew might work but requires a crop after so the roof might be a bit close the top of the frame for it.
     
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    Straightness can be a problem with old buildings. I have this problem photographing a lock keepers place near my home, revisited twice now for walkaround pictures. Two timber buidings one behind the other, both out of true with the ground/lock gates! Comparitively these are better than mine.
     
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    Love the scene and the colors. I personally would like to see number 1 taken at a faster shutter speed becuase I wasn't actually sure that was water.
     
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    Nice shots, I'd like to see more.
     

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