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B&W What next??

Discussion in 'Critique Corner' started by BorisTheCrab, 22 June 2012.

  1. BorisTheCrab

    BorisTheCrab MobiPassionista

    22 June 2012
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    West Midlands, England
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    Chris Spencer-Brown
    This was taken with Hipstamatic using Lucas AB2, BlackKeys B+W with no flash. I think it turned out OK and the only thing that I have done to it is to remove the plug sockets using touch retouch you can see in image 1. Do you think it looks good as it is or can improvements be made. Don't really like the frame on it so may crop it.

    Any help or hints will be appreciated!

    IMG_3643.JPG IMG_3608.JPG
    lamkentucky, RoseCat and vixenscry like this.
  2. vixenscry

    vixenscry MobiStaff Site Staff

    5 June 2011
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    Victoria Martin
    Crop might loose a bit of your fab penny farthing ! Nice shot !
  3. RoseCat

    RoseCat Rusty Rivets... Site Staff

    1 August 2011
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    iPhone 5s
    I love it! :D

    I've used this combo before and have cropped out just the white part of the frame successfully.

    I like to run things through ScratchCam, Pixlromatic or PicGrunger just to see if they can be enhanced a little. Sometimes I like what I get, and sometimes I keep the version as is. Always nice to see the options. :)

    Great use of Touch-Retouch, BTW! :thumbs:

    Sent from my iPhone using MobiTog
    BorisTheCrab likes this.

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