Nice shot of an aging structure. We have many old buildings in the U.S. that still have painted advertisements from the 1920s.
WOW! That's a coincidence. I was processing a shot this morning that I took last week which is very similar to this, except mine does have a bill on the door. I like the blue in yours, but the stonework looks a little too bright in places to me. It might look better with more subdued tones. Maybe.
+1 on what Rob has said. Abhi, your choice of subject and composition is really improving a lot. Keep up the good work.I like the blue in yours, but the stonework looks a little too bright in places to me. It might look better with more subdued tones. Maybe.
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Regarding lighting, I do have trouble deciding how much contrast is enough for taking a shot. Mine as I said was taken under very soft evening sunlight, and the light for your shot seems similarly soft. The door photos you had posted earlier (it was the Welsh doors thread), were I think taken under stronger light. What would be a good rule of thumb to decide if the scene has enough contrast, or maybe too much?