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Old Carpentry workshop

By smith2009
I taken this photo near my work site, it’s almost like a abandoned shed temporarily made for Carpentry work two or three years ago …

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Voters: pamelajean, PeterBee, SlowSong and 7 more

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riprap007 Plus
12 1.6k 37 England
2 Apr 2009 10:45AM
rubble and confusion with recycled doors and breeze blocks, the title hints at the context, but that is not discernible from the image.

The mobile did a reasonable job, for a mobile, if you've got any software it may be worth tweaking the curves/levels a bit.

I think if you had a series of shots perhaps to place this building more in context, or/and added some of that information into the description then it may be more readily appreciated.
Hi Nicholas...........

Thanks for your comments..really i will considrer it
pamelajean Plus
10 971 1858 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2009 1:44PM
I feel there is a lot of potential within this old carpentry workshop. In this image, there is no real focal point, something to catch the eye, it just seems to be a jumble of bits and pieces. I really feel you could find one or two interesting items for a good composition, still portraying the workshop theme.
Hi pamela........

You said it correctly about problem of the image “ there is no particular interesting object“ Thanks for your good advice and spending time to see my picture
Sahyadri Plus
9 61 2 India
2 Apr 2009 10:04PM
over exposed is what i feel.
what pamela says does make sense. in all the chaos, an order to guide the eye makes a good picture. the most striking thing in thsi is the worn out plywood board that seem to have a great texture and tone....
Hi Dear Sahyadri .......

Thanks for your Comment , ( yes its bit over exposed )
Have read previous comments - but I must congratulate you on taking the shot - and with a mobile! Wow! Someone far cleverer than me said "take it or lose it" - so good for you to take it. I'm sure you will make use of the other comments next time!
Hi Ann

Thanks , for your inspirative comment..........
7 Apr 2009 12:25PM
Nice one.
Thank u Tuhin

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