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peterlg


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They had just renewed the 'pavement' in most of the park. Very light coloured, fine sand which took my attention. Printed it contrasty because I wanted the white sand to "sparkle". Neg is 24x36, and cropped the lower fourth which is only white sand.
Should I have made it even more contrast to obtain a silhouet effect?
· Date: Sun, 7, April, 2013 · Views: 3078
· Filesize: 34.5kb, 156.7kb · Dimensions: 850 x 451 ·
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Keywords: Château de Brabois Gardens, Nancy
Film make, size & rating:: Delta400 135
Film developer & temp:: Xtol stock
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 50mm
Tripod used Y/N:: no
Paper:: Silverprint proof

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Cole Watkins
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Registered: May 2013
Location: Westciff on sea
Sun, 2, June, 2013 1:17pm

Hi Peter. I really like the composition and I think your right with the contrast. What camera do you use. This would look good large and framed.
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pentaxpete

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Registered: February 2009
Location: Brentwood, Essex UK
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Sat, 15, June, 2013 4:27pm

If you had 'Burned in' the lower RIGHT on the white sand then the eye would 'follow through' the composition better -- as it is the burnt out area loses all detail especially on the lower right area.

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