Sage window cleaner


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After my previous mono posting of the window cleaners at The Sage, Gateshead, Jackitec wanted colour and Giving Tree thought the composition iffy. After a trawl thru the few frames I had I've now come up with this alternative version. Heavily Photoshopped to try and rescue some colour.
31/01/2009 - 09:51davidtrout
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jackitec

Link Posted 31/01/2009 - 10:08
Excellent David I do prefer this one there is so much more interest in the photo and lots going on well done

loskeran

Link Posted 31/01/2009 - 11:24
I agree with Jack.

davidtrout

Link Posted 31/01/2009 - 14:39
Red faces all round in this Pentax household. I have to agree this is a better balanced composition. I'm still not 100 per cent sure about the colour being better than the mono though. And I spelt aerial incorrectly. Hope there's no teachers viewing this.
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ttk

Link Posted 31/01/2009 - 18:28
Rather him then me hanging there, Great shot though.
Tel,

Rees

Link Posted 31/01/2009 - 18:28
Trust me, I am a black & white fanatic every time,
but have to agree with jackitec much more detail and the clarity of the smear on the glass is really striking - like it.
Rees

GivingTree

Link Posted 02/02/2009 - 00:19
I like this one! The play on proportion is great. Composition I feel is stronger.

As for b&w or color, it's your call. I think either one.
"Just put your eye to the camera and push the button-thingy."
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davidtrout

Link Posted 02/02/2009 - 09:58
Thanks for all your comments. Emily's criticism on the composition made me go back to all the pics I took to check it out and I reconsidered this one - and I've got to agree it's better than the first one I chose.
Just shows the value of forums like this - we learn from each other.
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