Untitled Mirror

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  1. Battou

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    Taken with Minolta MD 50mm f/2.0, on Minolta XG-1
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    Yes, I know, grainy and serious dead space.... I cropped and croped and cropped some more. I left the dead space for a reson so....
     
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    The composition is fine - the power lines link nicely with the pole, and the mirror is in a good position relative to these and the frame. However, the contrast, in my opinion is too high, and the shot would benefit from allowing us to see more of the reflection.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Power lines... If you can't beat then, join them...

    That's one nice way to do it.
     
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    Pretty cool. I like the distortion in the mirror.
     
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    He said it all!!
     
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    Thanks guys, I apologize for the heavy contrast, I was shooting hand held on an extremely dark and miserable day so this and SSDT are drastically underexposed to prevent camera wiggle. This was the best scan I could get.
     

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