A&P A Shot I took today

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  1. 11070

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    :dunno: I like it..

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    13 views and no comments.... :sadwavey:
     
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    i like it too, friend :bigthumb:

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    since you centered the church, the lamp post throws off the balance, imo.
    maybe move in front of the lamp, or try a diff angle? where in WA is this?

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    its slightly off axis, and under exposed. But nice touch with the sepia
     
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    See, and that's probably why I hadn't decided to shoot it until now.. Something just didn't rub me right with the whoe place. I finally gave in any ways though. This place is out near Buckley.
     
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    Thanks here's the info on it.

    1/640s
    f/3.2
    ISO 64
    Shot with my Olympus C-770 and the Sepia was done at the time the shot was taken. No photoshop. I took some color ones, a few B&W's and a few of these.
     
  8. smell my finger

    smell my finger strive nonetheless towards beauty and truth,

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    one of the few shots that actually looks good in Sepia
     

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