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Window Light

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A bit of experimentation for me.

I liked the textures, distant hill and these broken windows set against and framing the countryside. I tried a few shots in both colour and black and white, my preference for the light, shades and the glass was this. I have utilised the single frames with the distant trees and altered the horizon, I just like this one and seeking some tips for improvement.

Thank you as always for your feedback.

Tags: General Architecture Black and white Landscape and travel Flash and lighting

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Jestertheclown 12 8.4k 253 England
1 Nov 2012 10:12PM
The broken panes in the bottom row are much more effective than the ones higher up.
It's a shame that you had to have the sky behind those. Perhaps that area looked better in colour.
If you have the opportunity, you might try getting some shots from higher up, putting something darker on the other side of the window.
The idea is good and I like the image. I just think that it could do with a little help.

banehawi Plus
16 2.4k 4202 Canada
2 Nov 2012 2:28PM
I would like to see the original colour version of this Roger, if you still have it? You can upload it as a modification.

I find that the scene beyond the windows appears slightly fuzzy, and lacks texture. I know what the scene is, but it looks odd here. The textures, as Bren mentions are really in the lower parts, and the windows themselves.

The location might lens itself to some closer shots of the windows, with a smaller aperture if you want to have more distant objects more in focus.

I sense theres a mood that was there you wanted to capture, but it doesnt quite come across here. if you can load the colour, perhaps we can help more.

Loaded a mod as an idea.


banehawi Plus
16 2.4k 4202 Canada
2 Nov 2012 9:06PM
Youve got some good shots in the rest you uploaded, I especially like your 2, 5 and 6 images. I Like that graffiti, - might try to darken #5 and see how it looks.


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