A&P Photo on a foggy night

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by elbirth, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. elbirth

    elbirth Guest

    This is my first contribution to the Art & Photography forum, and hope to post more.
    Anyway, I took this the other night while walking around campus looking for some good shots. It was extremely foggy, and when I converted this to B&W, I thought the effect was really nice.



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    Taken with my Canon 20D and Sigma 28-80mm lens.
     
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  2. hash browns

    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    The horizon is off center, fix it and post again please.
     
  3. elbirth

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    there we go, how's that?

    edit:
    the top of the building looks slightly slanted... looks like the well and building aren't exactly level with one another or something....
     
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    i like it, very gloomy :cool:
     
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    I like it, but the picture could probably use a little bit of cropping.

    Perhaps crop away the left side of the frame so the bushes are exiting the frame, and cut off some of the top too. The chopped off light on the left side doesn't need to be there.

    :dunno:
     
  6. elbirth

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    I tried cropping the left/top off as you suggested, but when I do, the crop feels a little too close for my personal liking. Also, I like having the image of the person walking in the left corner (not sure if you noticed him at this resolution). For me personally, I think cloning out the chopped off light looks a little better.

    Thanks for the comments
     

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