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  1. Christie Photo

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    This is a shot to show the window detail in a church gathering area.

    Pete

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    Looks like something I would see in a brochure... nice composition!
     
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    Excellent. manageable contrast, evenly lit, good detail, adequate depth of field and made with a wide angle lens which almost always appeals to me. Nice job.
     
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    If this is meant for commercial use, I believe that the addition of figures to show scale might make the shot a tad more interesting.

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    Hmmmm....
     

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    Nice work Pete!
     
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    good quality of image, but angle is not perfect I think

    That is what I mean (sorry for edit - just simple) - I just crop this image - but if make shot with this angle - it will be perfect) must be!))

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    But if you crop the image, it's still the same angle. Hmmm.....

    AND... more than half the sill is gone. Since the photo is of the window, which includes the sill.... (the table and chairs are there simply for scale, so I wouldn't need a breadbox).

    Thanks for the thought.

    Pete
     
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    Yes, I try to made illusion of angle change by croping) but anyway pic is cool, I think its only my vision)
     
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    Looks great, very useful image, I think the table and chairs gives a good sense of scale.
     
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    Thanks, Norm.

    I really thought I'd get more reaction about adding the breadbox. Must be an age thing.

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    ha, i was surprised you didnt honestly, i thought that was pretty funny though
     

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