Window and Organ

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  1. Greensill

    Greensill TPF Noob!

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    Hi there i was just looking for some feedback on this photo...im new to photography and started a college course in photography. It was took in stratford upon avon the birthplace of Shakespeare. I took it at 1/60 and i think it was maybe f8 but not 100% certain....no filters...lighting...I used my Prakticea BMS and my lens at 28mm.

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    Beautiful capture of light and shadow. :)
     
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    love the angle...lots of creativity.... cool shot...!
     
  4. Greensill

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    thanks for the comments....if anyone wants to make any suggestions on how to improve it or make it better next time please do...any knowledge is appreciated as im just starting out
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very good eye for a beginner! You certainly are on the right track. You captured the natural light falling through the window so nicely on the organ pipes, making them shine in their golden glory. And the angle is nice, too.
     
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    The shot expresses great depth and the light onto the gold really enhances the overall appeal. Did you try the shot with a vertical view which may have increased the depth even more??? If so what's it like???
     
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    thanks dave, yeah i did try a vertical one...but its not so great the sun was going in and out of the clouds so the light isnt so good...and i have a faint streak running down it..not quite sure why that is...but this is it[​IMG]
     

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