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    Re: Details of an old building

    the DOF on those is just off the hook! :-)
    for some reason, I think for the 3rd one, I would have focused on the next one...maybe bc I might have a hard time looking at a pic from the right to the left (for some reason, if I flip the pic, then it's fine...beats me! )

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    Re: Details of an old building

    Antonio,

    As ever you have a fine eye for detail and your shots are as ever a pleasure to look at.

    Maybe atvinnys has a point regards focussing on the next casting, the eye does stray off at this point, although I do like the shot and its disappearing DoF.

    The first shot is maybe my favourite otherwise, with its simplicity of the rusting ironwork and the similar elements leading away behind.

    Do keep them coming.

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    Re: Details of an old building

    Quote Originally Posted by atvinnys View Post
    the DOF on those is just off the hook! :-)
    for some reason, I think for the 3rd one, I would have focused on the next one...maybe bc I might have a hard time looking at a pic from the right to the left (for some reason, if I flip the pic, then it's fine...beats me! )
    at vinnys. Good morning.
    I think you mean this don't you ?
    Curious how we feel differently a picture when it is to the right or to the left.
    Believe me or not - and I am sure you do believe me - I like best the "new" photo. It is more dynamic and has a better feeling, sense.

    Good point. Thank you.
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    Re: Details of an old building

    Quote Originally Posted by shreds View Post
    Antonio,
    As ever you have a fine eye for detail and your shots are as ever a pleasure to look at.
    Maybe atvinnys has a point regards focussing on the next casting, the eye does stray off at this point, although I do like the shot and its disappearing DoF.
    The first shot is maybe my favourite otherwise, with its simplicity of the rusting ironwork and the similar elements leading away behind.
    Do keep them coming.
    Hello shread.
    Here, excuse me but I don't agree with you. I mean regarding the focusing point.
    Thank you for the comments.
    I join here another photo but from the hole building for you to see how it is.
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    Re: Details of an old building

    Now, I like the building picture, well presented, great color and composition.....

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    Re: Details of an old building

    Quote Originally Posted by willgoss View Post
    Now, I like the building picture, well presented, great color and composition.....
    Thank you.
    Just two pictures merged in CS3 and Lightroom with perspective correction on CS3 ...

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