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  • Stop for a bite?

    Never mind
    Last edited by Preeb; 12-12-2012, 02:57 PM.
    Rick

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    you'll need to resize the picture per posting guidelines
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    • #3
      It strikes me as more of a shot documenting the building. Unfortunately, I don't see any more artistic compositions from what I see there. Are there any old, decaying objects to the right that are out of view that you can use as foreground interest?

      Trying some shots from down low is usually a good idea. The best shots are rarely taken at eye level.
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      • #4
        As outlined in the rules/guidelines for the critique section, we do ask that you include more information. Please review them and then return to edit your post accordingly. Thank you soooo much for doing so!
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