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Blackford Kirkyard

By Artistwally
Another IR shot in the old graveyard at Blackford Kirk. 20secs@f11 R72 IR filter.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: BERTRAM, SurreyHillsMan, Phil_Restan and 6 more


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timparkin 10 27 United Kingdom
9 May 2009 8:39AM
I opened this hoping to like it as the thumbnail worked well but I have a problem with the foreground. I gravestone at the front is sitting at too acute an angle and it *feels* uncomfortable to the eye (that may have been your intention though). I think I would have moved back, to the right and down slightly to nestle the front gravestone up into the gap between it and the other stones (reducing the large gap above and to the left of it). This would have allowed you to create some space between the bottom of the stone and the edge of the frame as well, allowing the front stone to become more of a feature (at the moment it doesn't seem to know if it's the focus of the picture or not - if that makes sense)

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x_posure 7 1 Australia
12 May 2009 12:29PM
This is also wonderful, you have some great photos
Well done
3 Jun 2009 8:33AM

Quote:I opened this hoping to like it as the thumbnail worked well but I have a problem with the foreground. I gravestone at the front is sitting at too acute an angle and it *feels* uncomfortable to the eye (that may have been your intention though). I think I would have moved back, to the right and down slightly to nestle the front gravestone up into the gap between it and the other stones (reducing the large gap above and to the left of it). This would have allowed you to create some space between the bottom of the stone and the edge of the frame as well, allowing the front stone to become more of a feature (at the moment it doesn't seem to know if it's the focus of the picture or not - if that makes sense)
Well i have to disagree with this chap.......this is a superb shot, i love in IR looks spooky
Kind regards Sarah

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