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Re: night arch


Nice framing Reg. Have you tried a tighter crop left and right to lose the road sign in particular?

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Re: night arch


I really like this one Reg, especially the tones and the textures in the wall, although I too would like to see the road sign disappear.

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Re: night arch


thanks for your comments.
i've cropped it a bit more.
(i also think i've posted this in the wrong section)

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Re: night arch


I prefer this crop Reg but it's what you like that counts.

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Re: night arch


quote:

Clactonian wrote:

I prefer this crop Reg but it's what you like that counts.



Wot 'e said.

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Spot on with this version Reg.

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Re: night arch


thanks for the comments.
i would have preferred a tighter crop but would have ended up with half a bollard. emoticon
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Re: night arch


Very nice!
Liverpool has so many photo opportunities at night as well as during the day
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thanks for the comment. i should have taken a tripod but it gets nippier at night. emoticon
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