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By Rach1970
The latest in the series...!

As per Moira's advice yesterday (thank you Moira) I decreased the brightness slightly and increased the contrast the same amount.

I'm wondering... does seeing the picture in a bit of it's context add or deflect from it? I don't think it's quite as striking as the 2 previous uploads... would be interested to hear what you think...

Thanks again for your time in looking tonight.
Rachel

Tags: Tagging General Graffitti Northfield Shenley development Black haynes road Humour and fun

Voters: craggwildlifephotography, mrswoolybill, TonyFrith and 11 more


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another good capture.

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2210 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2008 9:31PM

Quote:does seeing the picture in a bit of it's context add or deflect from it?

Good question. There are times when a bit of context adds a lot - for example if it either adds to the grungy feel or provides a total contrast. But I think street art almost always needs to be photographed full square, direct, unless there's a really compelling compositional case for an angled view. What I'd really like to see here is a portrait shot of the lad on the left, with the tree trunk alongside him, and a square or landscape shot of the school name with the girl to the right. There's a lot of scope here!
Moira
TonyFrith 13 3 6 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2008 9:34PM
Not as striking as the last 2 but its nice to see them on the boards in between the trees
Tony
cjl47 12 5 3 England
4 Nov 2008 9:41PM
Another nice shot.
chris
woolybill1 Plus
13 31 76 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2008 9:57PM
Very attractive artwork capture; a little mature for a primary school (mind you, I have to keep reminding myself that primaries mostly involve 11-year-olds; here we have a Middle School system with transfer at nine...)

I reckon that this is where you could profitably apply the multiple-upload facility as an e2 member. The best display of the artwork itself is bound to be from head-on, but use a second version for context - the same as I sometimes do with my Saturday pub signs; and why not ask people which version they prefer?

Bill
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
5 Nov 2008 3:48PM
I do prefer the tighter more detailed takes of your previous uploads.
But we have seen them,so good to see the bigger pic too !!
Mick.
helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2008 4:20PM
Yes I can see you moving into multi uploads Rachel very quickly. If you trail back through some of Moira's shots you will see some excellent examples of isolating part of the big picture. But an added shot to give the context really helps.
Helen
Rach1970 11 14 1 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2008 7:07PM
Thank you everyone for your really helpful and constructive criticism... I can see what I'll be doing at the weekend then Smile
'Fraid I've got time for only a quick message here tonight and will catch up with clicks and comments later in the week.
Thanks again,
Rachel
Rach1970 11 14 1 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2008 7:13PM
And thanks to Moira again for the mod Smile I'll see what I can do.
7 Nov 2008 8:01PM
Hi Rachel
Having just looked at your two previous uploads...I agree with you and don't think this one is as striking, but still worth a vote!
Gill
fatherpie 12 18 12 England
8 Nov 2008 9:51PM
I like a little bit of context though Rachel ... it's what makes this your image and not the grafitti artists perhaps?
Dave
cassiecat 11 39 46 England
9 Nov 2008 9:56PM
i like moiras mod.lesley

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