Thread: Some test shots
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Old 04-16-2007, 02:40 PM   #2
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I have two suggestions, in opposite directions. The blank pinkish area and the fence at the bottom don't add much for me - they take up space without complementing the subject. I would either reposition and recompose to get those out - that makes it a more abstract reflection - but you will have to get a bit higher or lower to get the train up off the bottom of the reflecting glass a bit. Or do the opposite, bring in more context, so that one can tell what the reflecting surface is. So the latter might entail a vertical to show more of the surrounding structure supporting the glass, or something else.
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