A vanishing path..


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1.in what area is critique to be sought?
I am wondering, does my composition or angle used, is able to portray a "vanishing path"?

2.what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
I'm trying out with a "vanishing point" in the photo to portray the theme.

3.under what circumstance is the picture taken?
As I was looking for something which is able to portray something which is related to "loneliness" or "sadness", that is why I took this photos.

4.what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
I personally like the feel of the photo. The emptiness of path makes it looks lonely and sad photo.


C&C welcome. :D
 

foxtwo

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What if you angle left instead and lose the HDB and road? Lie squat or stretch to change your shooting height? Do some DI and make it a little more dramatic?
 

iguanavon

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Just my 2 cents, but would reducing the brightness makes it more moody?
 

titus1984

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What if you angle left instead and lose the HDB and road? Lie squat or stretch to change your shooting height? Do some DI and make it a little more dramatic?
same thoughts..increase contrast to make the sky more "outstanding" and produce some drama mama effect..:>
 

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What if you angle left instead and lose the HDB and road? Lie squat or stretch to change your shooting height? Do some DI and make it a little more dramatic?
I actually had the same thought..
Ya, you're right. I did not thought of it when I took my shot.

Just my 2 cents, but would reducing the brightness makes it more moody?
same thoughts..increase contrast to make the sky more "outstanding" and produce some drama mama effect..:>
I forgotten to state in the write-up. I used a B&W film + orange filter.
 

maechia

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Nice
I like the old feel to the photo
 

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