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This is a discussion on Le Snub within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Very difficult exposure. How's the PP?...

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    I can see the exposure would be tough with this. Really love the way the foreground statue works with the background.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    How's the PP?
    As you have asked, to my eye it looks a little flat. I would consider a little more contrast within the statue itself. If you used silver efex to do the B & W, I would consider nudging the "structure" up a tad. Only on the statue though, not the back ground. This would also give a little more separation as well.

    Really nice shot though
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