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Waiting for a pair of heeled legs to come down the stairs

By pablophotographer
It never happened, but what the heck, can't always be lucky.
Predicting a picture is important.
Being patient is important too.

Having your wish fulfilled is miracle!

Slightly cropped image because of a fire alarm button on the left, so some crop also had to happen on the right. A shot form a slightly different spot is shown on the black and white group. What puzzles me is the fact that after straighten it a bit , the tiles look right but the ceiling of the upper floor doesn't.

Due to eyesight problems, I had not noticed until now the male figure drawn in the background.

All comments welcomed. Being a simple member I don't think you could make any modifications. Until recently also I thought exif data come automatically. This is my first ever critique gallery upload so forgive any omissions. Thaaanks

Tags: Photo journalism Architecture Black and white Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

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Comments


iancrowson Plus
7 211 146 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 10:51AM
I like this image. I've straightened it a bit using the distort tool, also brightened. Lots of potential here, hope to see some good mods and comments.
Ian

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vickyf 11 8 8 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 10:52AM
Love the image, love the title, love the write-up Smile
NEWMANP Plus
9 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 2:49PM
this a superb image with great symmetry and i think it would be better with greater contrast to almost a soot and whitewash effect. real pop art - forget the blown out highlights it leaves behind.

actually i see why you waited for legs but im unsure it would have been better for them. it would look great in a frame with a double cut white mount.

its a well seen super abstract
Phil
Focus_Man 7 481 631 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 3:29PM
Straightened out, with or without 'legs in killer heels' this would make a stunning archtectural abstarct. It does need to be exactly level and vertical to shine though.

Frank
AndyD999 5 43 6 England
18 Oct 2012 4:49PM
Love it! The MOD was the best way to solve the problem in the issues with it not being straight. But i love it!! Very striking!! Just my type of picture!!
pablophotographer 5 752 286
18 Oct 2012 5:11PM

Quote:This a superb image with great symmetry and i think it would be better with greater contrast to almost a soot and whitewash effect. real pop art - forget the blown out highlights it leaves behind.

Phil



The original is indeed darker; seeing the histogram too much on the left while I was cropping it I decided to Brighten it a bit.
pablophotographer 5 752 286
18 Oct 2012 5:18PM

Quote:Straightened out, with or without 'legs in killer heels' this would make a stunning archtectural abstarct. It does need to be exactly level and vertical to shine though.

Frank



Frank. I trust your eyes work better than mine, doesn't the bottom part look straight??? I feel like the left part needs to be pushed back as a revolving door, working the other way, and the right part of the image to come to the front for the chance to be straightened. It's the third time ever I am using the Windows picture software that came with my computer (which is old) that I am playing with.
19 Oct 2012 12:15AM
A very striking image..Lin
paulbroad 9 123 1154 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 8:44PM
I really do like this. For once I don't need a person in it. Technically excellent.

Paul
Tibetan 5 3 England
4 Dec 2012 9:23AM
I have picked this shot out not to comment on technicalitiesGrin that is not my thing! I look at your photo as a whole and think what do I see!, dose this image produced by you please me! yes it dose, I see lines and shapes that echo each other just like a reflection, well done be satisfied, regards Leon. there is no such thing as perfection in my world!GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
rambler Plus
8 816 14 England
5 Jan 2013 11:24PM
A strong well balanced image.

Ken. Smile

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