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  1. bnz506

    bnz506 TPF Noob!

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    This picture is awfully boring but for some reason I like it. The reason I posted it is to find out from you guys if there is anyway I can spice it up?

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  2. Ab$olut

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    I like it too good symititry(sp)
     
  3. Renair

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    Good shot. Difficult for the rule of 2/3rds though! You could do it all in B/W but leave on window in colour?
     
  4. LaFoto

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    I don't find this boring AT ALL!
    Actually I must say: wow, what a find!
    Well spotted and framed.
    I really like the symmetry here, and the geometrical "theme" of "rectangles only", and the lovely play of colours!
    It might be a fun idea to try the selective colouring idea that René is having, but the photo can also easily exist the way it is now, I think.
     
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    I like it a lot! This is the sort of shot I search for and occasionally come up with. Suggestions: crop the ground and concentrate on the windows only; increase the contrast across the image; make the right edge vertical; crop out a group of 4 from the top two floors to give more emphasis to the wonderful colours in the glass; increase the saturation of the windows, but not the wall. I'd do some and all of these on several versions of the image. You've got a good shot there that can be made even better!

    Regards, Tony
     
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    I like the shot. tb2 talks a lot of sense :)
     
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    Nice Shot!
     

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