I think I like this floor view and that round piece of trash (or whatever it is) works so well for the interest of this composition Reply ↓
I think I like this floor view and that round piece of trash (or whatever it is) works so well for the interest of this composition
Thank you for the very nice compliment! Much appreciate you stopping by with feedback which is always welcome.
If you are into post processing pictures, then you must try adding some blacks to the picture. The intensity of the steel would be lot dramatic. No offence, just consider as a suggestion from a friend. But great eye man!!! Cool 🙂
Hey Naresh, I always welcome the feedback, it’s the only way to improve. So anytime you would like to comment is cool with me.
Thats great spirit 🙂 So do you think what I suggested is atleast remotely good?
Yes, very good suggestion indeed.
Interesting perspective. Nice rhythm.
Thank you Robyn! Wasn’t sure how this would turn out when I was thinking about this particular perspective but glad I took it. Thanks again for the comment.
I love the rusty rails, and it’s color. Awesome!
Thank you so much! Have a great day
I love this shot!
Thank you! It was my ride up the side of a mountain in Nicaragua which is an incredibly beautiful country, very generous people! Thank you for your “likes” & hope we touch base again in the near future. All the best
Very cool – I love these kind of close up pictures:) The green colour lightens up the picture I feel.
I’m glad you like this one. I have a B&W version cause that’s normally my thing but this one just called colour to me.
I don’t think that the monochrome version would be more appealing than this one. I love the colour and rust in here and the way it draws my eye in.
Hi Paula, I think you are right…the more I think about it the more I think this works over my monochrome version. It’s been a while since I’ve looked at this photo so thanks for bringing me back to this one. Things have been so hectic so I haven’t been able to get online as much but I hope you are doing well??
The use of high key is perfect for the subject. It makes it more abstract and captures the viewer and leads him or her into the rows of steel rows. Also the use of a singular colour is an excellent choice.
Thanks you Otto. I always appreciate your feedback, means a lot coming from a great photographer such as yourself. Have a great day
Thank you, and same to you. 🙂