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03/10/2012 - 3:40 PM

Sculpture in Sistine Chapel

Sculpture in Sistine ChapelThis is perfect as an example of exposures in your recent thread.
The shadows has lost detai (under exposed) with the head almost on its own with just a very small patch on the forehead burnt out (over exposed) The patch can be corrected at the processing stage with the software you have by selecting the area and "burning in"
Another exposure option would be by a fill in flash with maybe a tissue over the flash to keep the light soft with no hard shadows.
Bracketing of couse will give you exposures that can be blended together refereed in modern terms as HDR
14/03/2009 - 11:41 PM

Dunmore Petrol Pump - B&W

Dunmore Petrol Pump - B&WB&W relies on texture and shapes. Colour is a different way of seeing mostly relying on the sensation colour has. This is a good subject to work on in B&W and if possible a return visit to explore it further. The viewpoint here is descriptive as though you were striving to record it.
As a photograph that explores shapes a full side on viewpoint may have been better with that circle and vertical lines and may eliminate that building in the background. I might ask if you used a tripod ?