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  1. #3901
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    I like the concept and the subject but I'm just not quite sure about the execution. Maybe if the phone was on a plain wall or if the vertical edges of the phone were parallel to the edges of the photo?

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    yeah i dunno i used a tripod so my shot was straight on, the phone musta been hanging on the wall a little crooked and i didnt notice till after i got home lol

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    i like it, good concept very well executed. i think a B/W conversion may work really well for this shot. needs a staighten too imo.
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    here i "fixed" it

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    K1W1 - Yes - I saw that (access via iron stairs) - but it's padlocked off - so I resisted the temptation
    of climbing over.
    The other side is quite dirty and weathered...
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    Quote Originally Posted by btuner View Post
    here i "fixed" it
    The B&W is definitely the right way to go IMO. I you use Lightroom I'd try the Matt Kloskowski 300 look preset.

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    Interesting idea for the last shot, but it seems to have an unbalanced blue tinge dominated colour scheme, not sure if its the difference in palette which causes it, but it makes the image lack contrast/look washed out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberwlf View Post
    Interesting idea for the last shot, but it seems to have an unbalanced blue tinge dominated colour scheme, not sure if its the difference in palette which causes it, but it makes the image lack contrast/look washed out.
    Not sure what caused it either, but I like that it basically keeps the background muted while the foreground stands out.
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