black and white corners of buildings

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that same building that needed painting
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id like some real thoughts on these. i think they are too dark in spots..
 

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i really like the first and third one ... a lot of character, very dramatic
 

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Shot #1 is great...my eyes dance around the shot from edge to edge. Its by far my favorite.
 

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I love the first one too, it reminds me of some of Lisette Model's work, for some reason :D
 
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i loved the first. im personally fond of straight lines and 90 degree angles and S*&t like that. the picture makes me uneasy and i tend to cock my head to one side. any pictures good when that happens :)


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The first one is great. It may be a trifle underexposed ergo dark in the shadowed bits but I think neccesarily so. And it benifits the composition. By far my favorite. The 2nd is too busy for me. To many conflicting lines. perhaps too abstract? I cant remember anything in the picture once a look away. #3 is nicely abstract. I like the rough weather beaten look of it. But unless its my monitor the lighting or develping seems patch in spots? or at least the contrast differs accross the middle.
 

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