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    Red face Playing to the Night

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    C&C welcome...

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    I love it... very sombering mood to it... the only thing I see is that the window seems to be slightly (very little if at all) distracting because of it being so much into the picture... not sure if cropping will even help... so its more of an observation than a critique...
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    Thanks, Ross. Actually, I'm going to clone out the sliver of light that is in the far right of the frame. Otherwise I like the window and what it does to the pic .
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    Great shot Ian, really like it.
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    Thanks, Sandy. I'm slowly but surely making my way toward a book on North Adams .
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    C&C? Hmmm.....like Ross said, I could do with a little less window. I would love to see it after you clone out what part you're thinking of. Also, I would like to see just a little bit of whatever is sitting on the sidewalk beside him. Maybe lighten that area up just a tad.....so you can catch a glimpse of what's there. Just my 2 cents.

    That said, I love this shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrp12196
    C&C? Hmmm.....like Ross said, I could do with a little less window. I would love to see it after you clone out what part you're thinking of. Also, I would like to see just a little bit of whatever is sitting on the sidewalk beside him. Maybe lighten that area up just a tad.....so you can catch a glimpse of what's there. Just my 2 cents.

    That said, I love this shot!
    Thanks for taking the time, Laurel . See my next post .

    Ps - Thanks for the good words.
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    Ok, so the first is with the sliver of light on the far right cloned out, the second is a crop showing less window. i'd like to hear what you all think .



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