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  #36 Windows and balconies
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A limited view       ©2007 GThumbtack
Panasonic DMC-LC50       24th place, 40 points
1/80s, f2.8, ISO 100, 35mm, Normal Program, Spot, flash
 
Post-Processing: None entered       Extra Info: None
 
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goodjohn
Sep 17, 2007
    Very good idea, taking more of the wall and cropping more the wall over the windows would give a stronger limited view sensation... good luck!

Amberbug
Sep 16, 2007
    The shot is very simple but the outside is overexposed, good luck.

cosvala
Sep 16, 2007
    very limited view, just hope that comes more from a swimming pool or sports hall than a private house !! the top part of the wall isnt so important to show as there s no texture and put the window in a too central place. Should have try to put more of the red stones and maybe different speed or different aperture will have given possibility to put the outdoor landscape with more distinct contrast and clearness. Did u try to move on left or right to find maybe an other angle which could have put the window in diagonal offering a better interest for the viewer. Good luck in this challenge ;)
Edited on Sep 16, 2007

rafinmelb
Sep 14, 2007
    I can see what you are doing and the title tells us. I have two issues with teh shot. I find the dead space at the top is just too large a part of the pic, and I think you needed to get a bit more detail in the view through the window, through a better exposure or PP, to enforce your theme.

dp
Sep 14, 2007
    Well we have some repetition of shape in this image, the bricks and the windows. The noise is a bit bothersom maybe a run thru Neat Image would be a good idea. Good luck, dp.

thedoctor
Sep 14, 2007
    Interesting idea. I would suggest using Noise-Reduction, like Neat Image or Noise Ninja and underexposing a bit to avoid the blown sky in the background. You can use curves or gamma to adjust everything during post-processing.
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