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Nov 04, 2018 09:48 |  #1

Since the title is Time waits for no man, should I cropped at pillar at left or leave the gap to left of the pillar? I have left the gap as if I crop mid pillar, he can go no further left. Leaving a gap, means he can walk on, a so in line with time not waiting.

Or is it just a poor shot ?


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Nov 04, 2018 14:13 |  #2

I like it just as it is. Very cool concept and great image.


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Nov 04, 2018 14:29 |  #3

Crop the upper floor - but leave the rest. This simplifies the picture and keeps the story of the picture.


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Nov 04, 2018 15:52 |  #4

Another vote to leave it as is.


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Nov 04, 2018 19:53 |  #5

I too would crop the other floor out and honestly, I might even crop tighter to the guy and clock... since that is the story in your image here.

Nice shot though. I like the concept.




  
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Nov 04, 2018 20:58 |  #6

As is, leaving the natural framing.

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Nov 06, 2018 05:43 |  #7

I vote for as is, too.




  
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Nov 08, 2018 14:04 |  #8

As is for me too; but I'd have waited until he was about one-half way down that flight of stairs before shooting.


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