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Posted on Thu 16th Feb, 2006, 5:21pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/50, Aperture: f/5,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: 2:1,
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC, Focal length: 18mm,
Captured: 10th February 2006, 2:01pm,

I went wandering a bit further west than normal on one of my breaks the other day and found this old shop, which has now closed down. I'm not sure what it used to sell because that lettering is the only text on the whole
shop front.

I'm not sure I've done a very good job of processing this. It looks a bit odd and not really how I intended it to. But I haven't got anything better to put up today and I still like the shop itself, even if my processing hasn't done it justice.

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Bex, Thu 16th Feb, 2006, 5:24pm
i like it coz there's a good mix of materials and textures in there, it's one of the good ones I think! Nice that the word pictures has become the picture.

milou, Thu 16th Feb, 2006, 7:01pm
Excellent stuff. I like the de-saturation and the it's well framed. Nice touch of blue sky peeking through too.

Danielle, Thu 16th Feb, 2006, 10:00pm
I think the processing looks good! Its different from your usually stuff- I think this is a great picture.

SysAgent, Thu 16th Feb, 2006, 10:55pm
I like this shot a lot Jamey! Particularly the detail on the paint that is peeling off on the left.. The processing looks bob on to me from here keep up the good work fella. p.s. Now get commenting on SysPix ffs ;-)

Ribby, Fri 17th Feb, 2006, 8:01am
The processing is great on this one Jamey. I love the soft tones and vignette.

Nickoli, Fri 17th Feb, 2006, 8:52pm
Heavy heavy!!

Jeff Metal, Sun 19th Feb, 2006, 2:16am

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