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buxton 13 England
20 May 2008 3:10PM
Nice shot.
Briwooly 15 454 6 England
20 May 2008 3:15PM
Like it great image perfect in B&W

Angi_Wallace Plus
12 303 11 United Kingdom
20 May 2008 3:16PM
You have certainly brought impact to the shot making it black and white. Great work.
ketch 13 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
20 May 2008 3:37PM
A great mono shot powerful storytelling - I think for me it could have been less central a move twoards the railing would have created a little more tension and shown the posters a little more front on (great repeating image here however).

Great stuff


NevP 15 853 13 Canada
20 May 2008 5:43PM
Very powerful image, nice crisp processing and for me the central positioning works well. The figure will impede anyone walking through here and they will be forced to face something potentially unpleasant or outside their won comfort zone. In that respect this is quite confrontational. I really like this.
Nick_w Plus
13 4.3k 99 England
20 May 2008 5:56PM
I can only echo the comments from NevP.

Great processing, such a powerfull image, normally placing the focal point dead centre doesn't work, but for me it does, because the guy "is" getting in the way. The stark high contrast mono style really works in this. As you can tell I like it !
fauxtography 15 6.6k 36
1 Jun 2008 9:48PM
I recognise this bridge.,..heh

Hmm composition, as to positioning centrally there is a point there, moving the figure off to the side? no. He needs to be in the line of view for reasons Nev mentions, he is ablock to progress and fortunately falls into the nice area of light. if i was to change this, i'd look at a portrait composition, with the figure in the top half emphasizing the walk up to him and him as an obstruction (of sorts) in your path.

All in all, a good shot!

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