f/2.8 | 1/100 | iso 100 | Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L USM @ 24mm
Okay, so I didn’t actually add a texture layer to this image as while in post, I just couldn’t find one that fit! The existing textures just made any that I added either look really lame or they just blended right in, I decided to go with this version…no post production texture(s) added. 😀
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Great find, David. Your graffiti artists are a bit more talented than our crop here.
I am surprised at what I find there…almost always something interesting. 😀
I like the angle of this shot. All the elements come together so well in this shot. In fact, To me this looks like some odd family that has taken over this place.
Ohhh, I like…the family that’s hiding out from the “Great Paint Over” that looms over their heads (perhaps that’s why they are sad)! 😀
Looks good as it is. Love this quirky, humorous graffiti.
Thank you Stevie. At one point, those sad people were all over the grounds but as time goes by, they get painted over. This (as far as I could tell) is the last one standing…glad I was able to capture it. 😀
Brilliant work!!! The shot is excellent.
Thank you so very much Astra, greatly appreciated!
I like how you angled the shot slightly so it looks like it’s from the perspective of the guy. It adds a little disorientation, which adds to the creepiness. Nice job!
Thank you Dan…it’s called a Dutch Angle and is often used to portray the psychological uneasiness/tension/blah blah in an image/film. Yes, I actually did have that in mind when framing this shot. 😛
Nice shot, David! I agree, the textures on the wall and the peeling paint is enough.
Thank you very much Gracie, greatly appreciated.
Why add something when nothing is needed? The texture of the concrete are enough. Nice shot!
I am glad everyone is agreeing that it’s enough, thank you for the comment.