Watching the World Below..

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by PNA, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. PNA

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    I really like the idea of the shot...but I think that it would be helped with a different composition (perhaps including what they were looking at) cause the angle just feel weird to me..........but I do think that you have the potential for a great shot here
     
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    Thanks for the review......the shot was take back in the early 70's when I had no idea what I was doing......and now, obvously, it can not be re-shot.:wink:
     
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    I think this is rather cool.
    I think if it were mine, I would probaly crop to remove the second bit of window, as I find it a wee bit of a distraction.
    Neat image.
     
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    Thanks....I noticed that window and forgot to remove it before posting.
     
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    There's an interesting, haphazard look to this shot, in it's disjunct framing, lack of contrast, and the way the subject is captured at a fairly random moment. If it was mine, I would bump up the graininess to bring that out even more.
     

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