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    Took this when I was working with an ad agency. Don't know why but I like it.
    Shot in digital colour and then PSed to monochrome and played with channel mixer. Will appreciate comments
    SHADOW OF AN ARTIST

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    guess nobody got nothing to say about this picture huh?

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    hahaa..maeb its not captivating?..i would like it if there is a smaller dof.

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    the pic somehow evokes a feeling in me, feel of mystery?

    I guess it would be much better if you could come out with some captivating words that goes well with the picture to make the overall feel more interesting?

    Just a suggestion =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by benedium
    guess nobody got nothing to say about this picture huh?
    Yo ben!
    I think its a very nice photo, can see what u had in mind
    It will be even better if a wide angle lens is used....
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    might be interesting if there is someone at the far end of the corridor ..
    but might not fit in your description though ..

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    Thank you all so much for the comments. I still have a long way to learn. Suck at composition for now.

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