Gothic Scream


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Shot in Manual. No PP.

I realised angle is off. Would like comments on:

1) Sharpness. the focus is on the 2 nearest creature, but it still seems blur
2) Color balance. Any recommendations to create a more Gothic and erie feel?
3) Composition. Any recommendations to create a more Gothic and erie feel?
4) Any PP recommendations? Would like to see examples.
 

kruger

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Too much elements in the picture. No much shown of the expressions of the statues were shown as it was shot from below. If the lighting were to come from an angle, to cast strong shadows would create a darker feel.
 

arantha

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Although I somewhat agree with Kruger, that the picture has too much elements, but I like it too. Its like everywhere you look, there are scary statues staring back at you. But then again, if you have a primary focus, your picture might be more interesting.
 

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Too much elements in the picture. No much shown of the expressions of the statues were shown as it was shot from below. If the lighting were to come from an angle, to cast strong shadows would create a darker feel.
Unfortunately the building is self lit from bottom up. But i get what you are driving at.

Although I somewhat agree with Kruger, that the picture has too much elements, but I like it too. Its like everywhere you look, there are scary statues staring back at you. But then again, if you have a primary focus, your picture might be more interesting.
Hmm...haven't thought about that. Should have tried though.

Thank you both for your comments.
 

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