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  1. Sw1tchFX

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    Took this earlier today in downtown:

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    I very much like it!!!!
    The first thing to catch my eye is the tone and texture of the bricks.
     
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    I second the liking very much. It looks like you made the brick black and white, which I think works very well.

    Just wondering, about how high was he? The angle makes him look quite high.
     
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    Not that high, maybe 100 feet up, and I just noticed the telephone wire in the corner.. damn.
     
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    Great shot. I also noticed the texture! Very nice! Great use of selective coloring. :)
     
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    It's not really selective coloring as it's just a heavy drop in vibrance and a boost in saturation.
     
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    Was your DOF correct? The window washer looks to be past the focal point and out of focus. The vignetting works for this photo though.
     
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    Thank you for the comments!

    Yes, the entire frame is in focus. You can read what's on the guy's shirt in the full resolution version.
     
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    I like this one , very nice composition, amd the selective saturation is a great idea :thumbup:
    Personnaly I would maybe just have slightly decrease the blue saturation.
    Mat
     
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    i like your composition. nice angle, makes it a more interesting photograph. and the texture of the building is great. nice shot.
     

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