x100 Ghastly Gargoyle

Started May 30, 2012 | Discussions thread
Robert L Jones Regular Member • Posts: 360
Re: x100 Ghastly Gargoyle

You might bump the contrast a bit in the clouds and perhaps the gargoyle: that would make the sky a bit more ominous for depth and feeling and without distracting from the gargoyle which is of central interest. (If you bring out too much detail centrally, your eye will be led from your subject, the gargoyle, to the cityscape. Best to have the gargoyle's stare lead the viewer to the cityscape.)

I very much like the dark wing of the gargoyle balancing the opposite corner's dark tree. It makes for a tighter composition. So you could slightly adjust the contrast between this tree and wing to keep them in balance.

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