Twilight Bench

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  1. robert4818

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    I bought my camera yesterday and went for a walk to try it out. I saw this lonely bench and decided to take a picture of it.

    What do you think?
     
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    my opinion is that usually lonely thing belong in b/w
     
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    Does this help?
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    Usually black and white is more for shots containing certain contrast levels, and coours.


    The shot is alright, but would hve been better had you got closer, and maybe put the bench a little more in the left half of the frame.
     
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    Ok thanks,

    I'll keep that in mind. I end up walking that area alot, I might try and re-do the shot.

    This was one of my first shots I've taken so I'm glad it turned out as well as it did.
     

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