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Photographer Photograph - Window View by John Rizzuto

Window View is a photograph by John Rizzuto which was uploaded on June 6th, 2010.

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found it.

the 1st one here that you had in the thread. Don't you have it in any gallery? I couldn't find it. You got so dam many galleries a person don't know where to look. You just made up my mind that I'm sticking with just a few that covers everything. You have a gallery for every place plus ones for subjects. It gets way out of balance when you try to find something.

when you look at the image on its image page, click the image (not the preview) I can see the entire comment. I will have to play with that tonight. Here are 2 images I have; Facing Myself and Seeing Myself. Not sure which one you liked.

I do not know about a limit or not but from what you wrote I guess so. There might be a 250 character limit.

what the hell happened to the rest of my comment? - Is there a text limit on these? This sucks! I wrote out a whole long piece that is now lost.

Actually I liked this a lot but then noticed the dark area at top center. I moved the window around so that it got cropped off right to the point where those 2 rib looking white pieces just showed and liked it a lot better without that dark area. I also thought that the top could just be burned in to where you loose the detail in it. I think the detail in it is what bothered me the most. There is nothing of interest there so having detail in it that shows up takes attention away for the main areas of interest. Try making 2 test images, one with that area cropped out and one with it burned in and see if the whole image doesn't look better. - - - Or you could just go back to Prague if you're in the neighborhood. When I moved my browser window I put it so that just the very end of the 2 bottom white ribs showed and a very small part of the dark point at center. I liked the 2 rib ends showing as they helped to frame the top edge. But no more than the lowest 2. I was also looking for that "Looking at Myself" B&W you made into a mirror image but can't find it anywhere. I wanted to favorite that one as I really like how it came out.

I Guess I need to go back to Prague then and take another shot for you. :-)

Nice shot John - I "almost" made it a favorite.

Thank you Hideaki

Wonderful perspective, John! Nice b&w image.

Thanks Donna and Kendall

Wonderful effect! Congratulations!

Thank you Valia and Don

John, excellent black & white capture.

Amazing perspective, John!!!! Great picture!!!! Congratulations!!!!

thank you Richard

Wonderful architecture.

thanks Debra!

Love it, Great in B/W work,So Cool. JOHN capture great depth. Congrats on your Sale. :^)

thank you Greg

Love That!

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