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Hirn Minar

By umerbabry
Mughal Art.

Tags: Building Architecture History Mood Mughal art

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ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
25 Feb 2008 3:31PM
You've got a potential winner here...

I think what I'd do is crop where your yellow frame line is, that seems to be the optimum place - but then again, the presence of those lines may be influencing my coment!

as it is,the line is a huge distraction, the colour does not suit and its location is too far into the shot to compliment it. subtle works best on the web

but once you see through the middle of that you've got a lovely skt, nice lead fromthe wall and a great point of interest in the tower thing.
Windmillskies 16 183 England
25 Feb 2008 5:07PM
I agree about the yellow frame, it could work as a crop line, but at the moment it is annoying. This has potential to be a cracking image.
GlynnisFrith 14 23 3 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2008 6:56PM
A well thought out shot with great framing of the view beyond, but i have to agree with the above about the yellow line
elowes 17 2.8k United Kingdom
25 Feb 2008 8:36PM
The image is OK but the place for a frame is around the picture hanging on a wall. Simple framing can enhance some images but not all and so careful thought is needed. You have to think clever to get a frame inside the image to work unless it is naturally there, as your view through the arch is.

I feel the black of the roof of the arch and the near floor could have been lightened to show the texture and a hint of the colour of the stone.

Don't know if you used RAW but I think you may have got more out of the image by doing so or you should get more if you did use RAW. Perhaps two shots combined so that you could retain more detail in the arch instead of the deep black and then kept the exposure of the view through it correct. Subtle is the word for this I think I think you might have struggled (or so it looks to me) with balancing the exposure.

A good image in the making. The eye is drawn through to the back drop where it can wander around without moving out of the frame of the arch. I think you have got that part right and also the format. I thought a square crop might look better but it doesn't.
RosaB 14 61 2 Greece
26 Feb 2008 1:14PM
I have uploaded a mod I think the best thing to do is remove yellow line and then make the best crop that you can probably about where i've cropped it.
It's a beautiful image well composed with lovely subtle colours

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