Wartime monument

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  1. Roger

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    You did a great job. I just don't know if I can say much about it. To me, it's not that interesting...but that's not to say it isn't...just my POV.
     
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    thanks for your honest opinion....for me the interest is in the overall effect of the lighting, the shape against the sky and surrounds.
     
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    I've looked at this a few times but couldn't quite figure out what to say. The sky and the buildings are great looking, beautifully processed- but I can't help wanting to see it without the monument. I hope that didn't suck to menion that. I do like your work.
     
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    no it doesn't suck at all....one of the things I am trying to do is improve my blacks in digital image processing. Apart from actually liking this sculpture I thought it displayed a good range of tones in the image. Thanks for commenting, I appreciate your point of view.
     

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