Tilted Architecture

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  1. elsaspet

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    Ok, I really like something about this picture, but I wonder if the tilt kills it? Opinions please?
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    I like the tones. I am not sure what your focus was beyond that. Everything seems cut off.
     
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    I agree with Craig, I really like the tones and also the detail in the stone. I think if we saw more of the building the tilt might work but as it stands I feel that I lose too much of the building.
     
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    Ok guys thanks. I was afraid of that. :)
     
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    Sometimes tilt is great! Other times, the keystone effect is not. Your picture gives the sense of height and not distortion.
     
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    Now there is nothing to be afraid of... The beauty part is that next time you visit this scene or something similar you will say "aha! maybe there is a way to rethink this shot".
     

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