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broodind moody glasgow cityscape slightly heavy edit
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Fine composition and your "heavy edit" has resulted in a very dramatic image of this newish bridge. The walkers are well placed in the scene, and the B and W presentation works well for me.
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Agree with Ronny.*****
I do like this one - the mono version - without the title though. There is a lot of impact and strength - streets in front of the colour version.
Like Ronnie, I think the composition is very good. The conversion does make the image a little information-rich, though. In my mod, I added a vignette, to try to focus the attention on the walkers more - I was finding my eyes moving around because of there being so many similar light tones. BTW there seem to be two circularish spots on your sky, one on a cloud and one on a blue sky bit - are these on your sensor, or tricks of the light? The one on the cloud is hardly visible on the colour version but is quite noticeable in the processed version. I have spots on my sensor which won't budge and have to spot my shots before processing.
Well spotted, Sue. Ther are certainly dust spots on this -- I've posted a mod with some definites ringed in red and some maybes in blue. Bryan Carnathan has a good sensor cleaning article on his site.
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