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Exeter Castle

By Paul1972  
I am not sure if this image works or not and looking for a second opinion.
Thanks

Tags: Architecture Black and white

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2010 6:54PM
is that your shadow bottom corner?

its a sort of half way house you have here, there is an obvious attraction with the shadows and the windows etc yet the composition is lacking something to actually say i am the main point of interest here and i cant find it so although its sort of nice, it dosnt hold interest.

i think you could make more of the masonary by conversion in a different channel and by some sharpening at a larger rad. main think is i think it needs some human interest in there. its a sort of stage without an actor if you know what i mean.

best regards
Phil

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Paul1972 8 46
30 Oct 2010 9:10PM
Hello Newmanp
Thanks for the comments,yes it is me in the bottom corner trying to keep out the way...And yes I know what you mean with something lacking that's why I posted here because I was not sure myself.Though I do like black and white photography and I am inspired by the old photographers like Edward Weston, Juan Rulfo for example and I like to produce black and white work and often on the look out for subjects that would work well.I guess this did not work out so well but I could always go back and approach in a different way for example like you said capture more of the masonry.But thanks again it is appreciated.
Paul
Paul1972 8 46
15 Nov 2010 1:32AM
Hi Frank yes your right this only part of the castle though was not sure what else to call it.Anyhow I appreciated your comments more importantly and that's why I posted this photo here as I was not sure myself if this was a good shot or not and taking note of yours and Phils comments I think I ll need to shoot this again.
Thanks again
Paul

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