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By Merlin_k    
1/3 sec; f4; ISO 100; 24mm focal length
Cropped; converted to mono; brightness and contrast increased

Tags: Architecture Black and white

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RTR 9 8 8 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2010 7:20PM
No critique needed, this is an excellent abstact that works extremely well in mono. Perhapse just a touch of sharpening. If you had used a smaller apeture this would have solved the problem with a wider depth of field, say f10 upwards, which could have been done as you must have used a tripod at such a slow shutter speed. You should be proud of this image. Rich.

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edsephiroth 11 169 9 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2010 7:46PM
I really like this, very effective tones, an old and obvious idea but done extremely well. I also like the framing, but my only reserve would be the odd choice (if it was a choice) to have it slightly off-centre, that jangles a little and seems very out of place. Cropping a little tighter on the left-hand side of the picture would address that just a little?
angelsj 11 12 Scotland
3 Jan 2010 12:36AM
fantatsic picture, great for leading your eyes stariaght into the picture, you just want to walk into it
Eviscera 12 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2010 2:51PM
Great exercise in perspective. As you went mono , perhaps pushing the graphical lines would have give this even more impact ! Did you a mod.
clicknimagine 8 223 89 India
3 Jan 2010 4:32PM
this is no doubt a beautiful shot, very well taken, but according to me this image needs some sharpness and contrast, i do not know what f number you have used but as said above f11 and above would be better, and you should set the focus to infinity (hyper focus), a tripod can give a better result obviously, if it is not possible at that time, try to do something different placing the camera on the ground(floor pov) take the shot, that will be powerful,

wish you best of luck for your future work...

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