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    ruined window

    ruined window


    hi friends,

    i got this ruined window of a deserted house from madina, saudi arabia

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    Re: ruined window

    Hi, Drishya

    The deserted building, the excellent colors and exposure, and the creeping conquest of the desert sand over the man-made structure all work for me. I am wondering if the red can is an interpretive part of your vision for this shot (in which case it needs to remain) or an incidental extraneous element, in which case I would recommend its being cloned. Very interesting image.

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    Nice colors and exposure.

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    Re: ruined window

    hi kevin ,

    thank you very much for the comment
    and about the can it was intentionally..as u said

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    hi john,

    thanks for the comment

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    Re: ruined window

    Drishya, if the can is an intentional element, I think it needs a little more room between it and the bottom of the frame. Not sure if this is a crop, but if so, I think that change would improve things a bit. Love the color palette and detail in the window.

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    Re: ruined window

    I like the beautiful colours.

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    Re: ruined window

    I like it in a spooky kind of abandoned way. Any pictures of the whole structure? I really like the hand prints and the busted out cutaway type view showing the structural aspects. Like Kevin said a very interesting image.

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    Re: ruined window

    Quote Originally Posted by hbe View Post
    hi kevin ,

    thank you very much for the comment
    and about the can it was intentionally..as u said
    Well seen and great colours. Can would have looked good with a flower stuck in it.

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    ruined window


    i dont hav any pictures of whole struture..
    this is the door of the abandoned house

    these shots from an ally of old buildings , most of them are deserted

    hi friends,

    thank you very much for getting feedback
    Last edited by hbe; 26th February 2013 at 04:24 PM.

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