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This is a discussion on Old View New World within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; This was shot today, I just wish the clouds had more character but you get what you get. Anyway just ...

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    This was shot today, I just wish the clouds had more character but you get what you get. Anyway just an experimental shot, so any feedback would be cool.

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    I like the feel here A.L.! Great mood.
    I'm not sure about the 'turbine thing' on the roof on the right side. I might clone it our or crop into the right side. Anyone else?

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    Thanks, I agree about the turbine.
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    I like the "through the window" effect - the long trails of water and grunge on the glass add to the image. I wonder what a similar shot would look like if you framed it through a single "dirty" pane - I think it would be very interesting.

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    Nicely done; I like Michael's idea as well.

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    I have a few of those with just the single pane, I just found them to common and why I chose this one to experiment with. I will be there again tomorrow but this time with more lenses. Thanks for the comments. I may try more variations with combos of 4, 6 panes etc. Just hoping for a more dramatic sky. I will be getting a set of keys to this whole complex and the building is 150 years old and would like to try a similar shot at night.
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