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Old Apr 9, 2010, 3:24 AM   #11
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these are excellent. the composition is spot on, and the contrast leads to a very striking image. simple and beautiful shots. hang one of these on your wall.
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Wow, I like the compositions of both. They're very inspirational.
It's the first time somebody told me that my work is inspirational - thank you soo much vv!! Glad you like my photos!
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Old Apr 10, 2010, 3:08 AM   #12
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After reading Walter's comment, I thought I could give his suggestion a try - so I pp'd another version of this "tree"... the "another way round" one



I'm not quite sure if this one works... but maybe you people like it... C&C welcome

BTW, this was the first time I used the Flickr link to post a shot
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Old Apr 12, 2010, 5:18 AM   #13
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this one can work too. but for me not as well, it has somewhat lost the simplistic composition feel i liked about the first. which, may be a personal opinion thing since i am a big fan of simple black and white shots. i think its just too much foreground. maybe a crop off above, the initial white patch would help, that patch of bright draws my eye too much.
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Somehow the whole picture changes it's character with this new appearance. This here reminds me a bit of the 70's when Kodak Tri-X film was kind of "in" to use and all the rage in the artistic photographers world then. Originally it's speed was 400 ASA (which was quite fast then..) and everybody experimented with 'pushing' the speed up to as far as 1.200 ASA by overdeveloping the film - with a lot of grain as a result and this here high-contrast look as well. It was "cool" then...



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I thought more like this edit here....but it is like Dustin says, it has lost a lot of its simplicity.

Sorry about he black line on top - don't know what happend...?
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Old Apr 13, 2010, 6:02 AM   #15
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Thank's Dustin and Walter for taking a look... you share my opinion on this one. Walter, it looks much better the way you cropped it, but I do prefer my first two versions (because that's the look I wanted to achieve)

BTW, thank's Walter for the information about the Kodak-Tri X... really interesting!
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