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09-03-13, 11:01 PM
Join Date: May 2011
I can see what you were going for with the graffiti and I think it was a very good idea but I also think it would of worked better if it was in focus with the rest of the scene soft .
Your dilemma with the quality of your prime lens vs the versatility of the kit zoom is one you will come across again and again but ask yourself this is a good quality badly composed image better than a slightly soft well composed one , only you can answer that .
Yes the shadow is a bit of a distraction but it's the crop that catches my eye first , I find the simpler the image the more perfect it needs to be ( perfect symmetry ) and with the lines of the brick work they need to run true too .
Nice ideas and that's the best starting point in my opinion , the technical bits will come with practice .
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