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Garden Shed

By JaHa    
HI new both to ePhotozine and photography in general, currently wandering round London taking photos of anything and everything, and some (a few) half decent shots have come out.. constructive criticism and advice would be awfully appreciated, cheers.

Another from Regent's Canal, more filtering but no cropping (some day I will stop being so proud of this) - a garden shed, but a garden shed with a lot of character and a good suitcase on top of it.. Thanks for looking

Tags: Wooden Architecture Sepia Sheds Urban decay Filter effects

Voters: Jonny5874, debu, paskinmj and 12 more

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debu 8 India
6 Apr 2012 1:22AM
Great capture.

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helenlinda Plus
11 360 22 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 5:31AM
I like the subject and the colours, but it might be worth desaturating a tad and just seeing how the image changes. When you upload an image you can enable modifications, which will allow others to download your pictures, make changes and upload them again to illustrate a different approach - it can be very helpful.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 9:36AM
Good advice from Helen, but such a wonderful subject in which to capture, full of potential. HDR might be n option...

Regards Nathan
6 Apr 2012 11:52AM
This tells a story.
backbeat Plus
12 134 1 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 2:56PM
Great texture on that old shed, and I like the strong toning actually
JaHa 6 48 1 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 8:08PM
Thanks guys, didn't expect such a good reception! Cheers for the advice as well, will certainly be sticking round here
Sezz 13 617 15 England
9 Apr 2012 9:01PM
Welcome to epz from me Smile
I like images like this, little corners in places that others tend to just pass by! Really like the old suitcase and the different textures in this one.


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