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dudler Plus
13 435 836 England
10 Aug 2013 10:29PM
Very gentle tones - I think they work, and I'm pretty sure I'd have gone the other way with the lighting you had, and tried hard for really zappy contrast.

Having played with it a little, I'm surprised to find that it works as well as you result (I think). But this lovely picture gives me pause for thought about how to use contrast when it's readily available...

The composition is complicated and subtle. Again, a model to follow.

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pablophotographer 5 644 264
10 Aug 2013 10:51PM
hi,
I suppose the lens itself resulted in the size of the legs looking longer and the face too small. The background and the right side result in a havoc of leading lines but this is not an architect shot.
I like it Smile
johnlw 9 1 10 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2013 11:07PM
Its a unusual shot the lines are so far out the contrast so light but the whole image comes together very well cracking mono.SmileSmileSmile
regards John.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
12 Aug 2013 12:17AM
Interesting... subtle too.
Ron.
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
20 Aug 2013 10:36AM
Like the use of the shadows from the railing Tim
Regards Richard

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