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Sep 29, 2008 12:51 |  #1

IMAGE: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3096/2898709839_b494da8a66_o.jpg

Its a pub in Birmingham UK. looks like it was a bank or so before.

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Sep 29, 2008 13:01 |  #2

I think the fence posts and spikes are distracting. Can you get on the other side of the fence and do a wide angle of just the front of the building?


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Sep 29, 2008 13:04 |  #3

The scene has enormous potential, but that iron fence...


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Sep 29, 2008 13:56 |  #4

I agree with the others, that fence has to go. Do you have a hacksaw? Or a torch?




  
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Sep 29, 2008 14:01 |  #5

no hacksaw, no torch either. will try to get a show the next days from the other side of the fence.




  
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Sep 29, 2008 19:31 |  #6

i love the detail, theres so much to look at..lol esp the creepy faces above the windows...


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Sep 30, 2008 04:14 |  #7

Would love to see one with out the fence. A quick tip. When shooting a scene with leaves that close I find it much easier to shoot 1 raw and process the several exposures from it as to avoid the blurring of leaves from their movement.


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