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05-31-2019, 11:54 PM   #1
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Shot on Ilford delta 100. Let me know what you guys think.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Shot on Ilford delta 100. Let me know what you guys think.
I like the lines and the contrast in this one. I'm just puzzled by the title, given that what's up there - the plane - seems out of focus. Taking the shot a few seconds later (so without the plane in it) would work better for me.
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I like the lines and the contrast in this one. I'm just puzzled by the title, given that what's up there - the plane - seems out of focus. Taking the shot a few seconds later (so without the plane in it) would work better for me.
Thanks for your feedback. I see your point.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Shot on Ilford delta 100. Let me know what you guys think.
Great timing, Mpslxz! It was all down to the placement of that plane.

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Great timing, Mpslxz! It was all down to the placement of that plane.
Thanks! You are absolutely right. I was trying to line it up with the end of the tower of the bridge. But didn't happen
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Excellent composition and timing! I like the crossed diagonal lines, strong constrast, and the airplane under the lamp.

The only change I'd consider is cropping some of the upper part of the image above the lamp which is currently too large relative to the part of the sky below the lamp with the plane. Cropping the top could center the lamp in the sky and enhance the strength of the lamp-aircraft part of the composition.
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Excellent composition and timing! I like the crossed diagonal lines, strong constrast, and the airplane under the lamp.

The only change I'd consider is cropping some of the upper part of the image above the lamp which is currently too large relative to the part of the sky below the lamp with the plane. Cropping the top could center the lamp in the sky and enhance the strength of the lamp-aircraft part of the composition.
Thanks for your comments. Great points!
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This image has a unfussy retro feel and the plane injects a nice bit of narrative. Well shot!

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