I like the composition anyhow..
oh man andrew! i am going to have to show you the picture of this that i took! it is just like this but...different! lol hee hee
You’ll have to show me a lot of your pictures.
yeah!!! i love showing people my pictures, because i never know if they are actually good or not, and i know you are always one to tell it like it is, so if something is bad, i am sure you wont say it is good! hee hee, same with my friend nate, he is really nice, and a super duper photographer! ahh! i love how i actually have friends who take pictures now! i love talking about photography and taking pictures with other people! ahhh! hee hee, ok i will stop going on and on because we all know that i could keep t his up for pages and pages! (until i have a novel written!) ha! im a nerd! talk to you later andrew!
I like the curves and exposure as it seems you did a pretty good job of taking a shot of what seems to be a really dark building. Did you use a tripod to take this shot?
Thank you first of all for the comment. Second, the building was really dark. No tripod was used, but I did set the camera on its side on the rail of the staircase. If you look across the room at where the staircase is, the side of the room im standing on is built exactly the same as that side, so I put the camera down on top of where the railing for the staircase begins, you just have to improvise sometimes.
impressive shot ( a tad small to see detail though). I love the range you got from the darkness of the railing and stairs to the light coming into the building and coming from the lights very well done, not too extreme but a nice moderation, moderation is key