Subjective light

Discussion in 'B&W images' started by Avi Dobzinski, Dec 14, 2019.

  1. Avi Dobzinski

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    This is a very captivating image Levi. I love the top part and the gradation of light, but perhaps too much of the dark bottom, I might keep ity dark, but cit some off the bottom about level with the bottom that lighted area at the back.
     
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    Many thanks Ben, for your insight - always like to learn!!! My motivation for the dark street was to disconnect it from the present and let the imagination run as to point of time at which we are... Your thoughts are much appreciated!!!
     
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    Avi,
    nicely done!
     
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    Well seen. I do have to agree the bottom seems just a bit too dark and bringing the crop up from the bottom a bit might help as Ben suggested.
     
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    Many thanks Sunny and Alan.
     
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    Very interesting Avi. Without even reading I was wondering if the bottom was that dark to disconnect it from the upper lit portions. What a cool idea. I will have to think about this as I see what others are saying. Perhaps gradiate the darkness more? I think just a hair more detail is needed in the dark area? I will have to think on this one some more, but I totally love your creativity and trying something different here.
     
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    Many thanks Jim! I love getting constructive comments which definitely contributing to enhance my techniques and abilities - Thanks
     

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