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Great simonekarl 2006-07-01 3:28

Ciao Flavia.
The composition is very good, a series of events well seen and documented with workshop.
Now I am a fan of black and white, but I think here that colour works better. The unsual yellow tones of the monastery in the back ground sets the tone well. Whilst the black and white is little too dark, you can't see the face of the girl sitting down for example. The pigeon in flight is a little distrcting, I think it is a nice touch as it shows some movement in the frame.

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Old 07-01-2006, 06:12 PM
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Default To simonekarl: B&W

Hi Simone,


You,re right, the girls face is really too dark, I didn't manage to lighten it up with PS. I had questions about posting it in B&W, but as I had posted already a photo of this place in colors I decided to go for B&W. I guess it was not a wise choice... Thanks a lot for you comment.

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Old 07-02-2006, 01:50 AM
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Not a wise choice?
You are the photographer, and what you think works is what counts. If you feel that this is the atmosphere than so be it. Don't worry about the points or the number of views, if your proud of your work and happy to show the world that should be enough. Obviously take note of the critques, we can learn so much. But remember be proud of your work.
I'll visit again soon. : )
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