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Clarence

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I love #1 pic, looks very like eh... a abundon building coz of e darkness n e colours of the wall. Somehow i think if the pillers and fence of e building if it cracked n can see something like e bricks n if its mossy it will bring up the picture of a lifeless pic. And for the grill if its have weeds crawing all over it and if its rusty it can bring up the life of a lifeless pic. But i think its not possible if the building is habitated as a school. :p
 

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Try going back to St Peter & Paul in the evening just before sunset. You'll get a better tone. Of course do look out for the weather...been raining unpredictably these couple of days.

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Wow... I studied there for a number of years and have never noticed the angels...

:eek:
 

Wisp

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Clarence said:
I love #1 pic, looks very like eh... a abundon building coz of e darkness n e colours of the wall. Somehow i think if the pillers and fence of e building if it cracked n can see something like e bricks n if its mossy it will bring up the picture of a lifeless pic. And for the grill if its have weeds crawing all over it and if its rusty it can bring up the life of a lifeless pic. But i think its not possible if the building is habitated as a school. :p
If ya think it doesn't 'work' then it doesn't 'work'. Try again until you get it.

This may help you abit :

1) Open full aperture on the lens so you could see more of the scene (if it doesn't open up in the first place)

2) Get a tripod

3) MANUAL, not auto focus

4) Once you composed, adjust aperture to a smaller value to get a greater depth of field (increase sharpness along foreground and background).
 

mnoor

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White Balance (WB) looked not correctly chosen. Picture yellowish.
 

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