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Old Feb 22, 2016, 1:54 PM   #1
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Default The Little Red Lighthouse

This little guy is under the George Washington Bridge in Washington Heights. We have been wanting to shoot this lighthouse for some time now. Finally had the chance this weekend.

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Old Feb 24, 2016, 11:24 AM   #2
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Very good, that is what I would call a dramatic photo.
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Agreed - a very dramatic image - would love it on my wall too

May I be difficult and say that I would remove most of the dark rocks at the bottom of the image to concentrate the eyes into the top of the image

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great light, concept, exposure,

perhaps a little too much perspective distortion !?

maybe:
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Thanks lorenww!

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Thanks Phil! Good idea! I'll try a new crop when i have some time.

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Agreed - a very dramatic image - would love it on my wall too

May I be difficult and say that I would remove most of the dark rocks at the bottom of the image to concentrate the eyes into the top of the image

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Thanks Bernabeu! You know I didn't do any perspective correction. I think you are right, it needs some fixing. Lots to learn with the tilt shift!

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