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Thread: In Retrospect

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    In Retrospect

    So, during my photograhpy class we had bin asked to make a photographic trilogy in the city within 2 hours.
    This is what i came up with, called: In retrospect.
    Critique is welcome.
    Last edited by Ctn; 10-20-2013 at 04:12 PM.

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    Re: In Retrospect

    No picture on my end.
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    Re: In Retrospect

    you must upload picture again because there is no picture in your post.

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    Re: In Retrospect

    Sorry for the late reply, i was on a holiday .

    Heres the link!

    In Retrospect

    (please make sure to view it in the "wide" setting in the bottom left of this page)

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    Re: In Retrospect

    You are right ,they do need to be viewed in wide format. An interesting set, but I would have liked to see a common thread linking the images such as a cyclist in each, or maybe just one central character.
    BTW I was in Amsterdam a few weeks ago and found those cyclists quite daunting...:-)
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    Re: In Retrospect

    Like the idea. Why is the white framing all different? It would hold together better with a similar frame width everywhere.
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