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May 03, 2006 03:40 |  #1

I figured I would share these shots of the same subject from my previous thread listed here: http://www.photography​-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=165323

I thought this one was unique and moody kind of like my other thread. I hope everyone enjoys another two photographs of this house.


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May 03, 2006 03:42 |  #2

It's moody, absolutely. But I fell over looking at it. I really do think it's a wonderful shot aside from the tilt. Great photo otherwise, really nice work getting a monochrome conversion that is actually visually compelling. There's entirely too much nuetral gray being passed as monochrome conversions these days


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May 03, 2006 03:52 |  #3

Here is another one, both of these are during daylight whereas the other shot previously posted was taken the same evening. this one has a similar angle to the first one. I think i like the comp better in this one but it is missing the moon...


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May 03, 2006 03:55 |  #4

Thanks Rich, does the second work better for you? I really like punchy black and whites, something ive recently really started to attempt to achieve in my bw photographs


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May 03, 2006 06:59 |  #5

I like both shots, including the one with the tilt, nice work! the clouds make the sky look fierce




  
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May 06, 2006 01:46 |  #6

Thanks Ruth.

Can everyone see these?

i was hoping i could get a critique for these or at least a consensus on the quality of these shots. I guess i dont see the flaws personally and would like some feedback. thanks


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May 07, 2006 14:30 |  #7

well, since you asked for any flaws at all, I guess I can reach and say that I don't really like the power lines in the second shot, though I don't think it takes away from the photo much overall, you might get more critiques if you put this one in the critique corner




  
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May 07, 2006 14:37 |  #8

I prefer the second shot and I really like the mood you've created with the conversion. I hope you post a colour version of the same house with the foliage in full summer form!


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