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    steady

    while waliking down a street in godmancheaster.i found this calm little scene in the middle of a busy street with traffic.this man was totally in his own little world.
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    Re: steady

    I like the first one more because of the its perspective that gives the picture a more interessting look. The second one looks a little bit overexposed to me and needs more contrast. Personally I would crop in a little bit on the first one. I think it is not necessary to show the whole ladder and the ground floor for the picture.

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    Re: steady

    thanks for the feed back

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    Re: steady

    Yes definitely the first angle works best.

    Possibly this is one of those situations which needs two shots to tell the story. One as it is and another zoomed in to show the man and half the bottom window.

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    Re: steady

    Hi Paul,
    I like No.1 the best. I like this sort of Photography as it is a historical record of our time; the B&W conversion just adds to this feeling.
    Well done.
    I agree No.2 looks a little overexposed, but I'm sure that if you feel the same, a little bit of PP could sort it out. But as always, if it is how you intended it to be and your happy, then that's fine.
    Thanks for sharing.

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