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Feb 21, 2005 23:21 |  #1

Not a very good shot but I thought the graffiti was pretty cool. I decided to go with black and white because it was such a crappy gloomy day that black and white expressed that the best. Any comments or suggestions are welcome. Thanks.

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Feb 22, 2005 03:26 |  #2

What focal length were you using? Perhaps getting in closer with a wider lens would help.


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Feb 22, 2005 04:01 as a reply to  @ geecee's post |  #3

did u take the shot at a angle?? it looks like its slanted to the left a bit or is that the wall playing tricks on my eyes
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Feb 22, 2005 09:27 |  #4

I would certainly go back there and re shoot it, there is a lot of potential in that subject.


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Feb 22, 2005 19:24 as a reply to  @ Matt_hil's post |  #5

geecee wrote:
What focal length were you using? Perhaps getting in closer with a wider lens would help.

The focal length was 18mm. 1/6s exposure. f/3.5 and ISO was at 100.

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did u take the shot at a angle?? it looks like its slanted to the left a bit or is that the wall playing tricks on my eyes
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The wall was actually at an angle. It was the beginnings of an overpass. Below is the cropped original.

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