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River Severn at Shrewsbury UK

By salopian
I managed to include some of the features of this old town - the river, prison, railway and part of the castle, but wonder if the dark area under the railway bridge is too strong?

Tags: General Town Old

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banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3457 Canada
22 Mar 2012 7:19PM
Theres not a whole lot you can do about the area under the bridge, as it is actually black. The questions then becomes the opposite, - is the left side of the shot too light?

BTW, - I like the shot, - its good overall, and I love the inclusion of the two people walking.

The shot can be divided in two, the right, darker side, and the left, lighter side.


Ive loaded a mod where Ive darkened the left a little to try to get it more balanced, and in the process, reduced noise.



Hope this is helpful,



regards



Willie

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Deiqkier 5 4 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2012 8:09PM
I think there are two pictures here. The couple walking into the distance or the bridge and its reflection. I find the path overpowering and are attracted to the reflection. I would have framed the bridge and included more of the reflection.
salopian Plus
4 2 20 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2012 10:08AM
Thanks for your advice and comments. Darkening the left side certainly balances it better and I am intrigued by the idea of two separate pictures - I'm going to try that out! I can see that I will have to take more care with the camera settings, so I have quite a bit to think about ( which I suppose is the purpose of the Critque Gallery!)

Geoff

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