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Castle Morro


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Just wanted to show what an old Agfa Isolette(cheap medium format) can

do. I lugged it along instead of an MF SLR. Film was Ilford FP4+.

Hand held at 1/50 and f16. Anyone else with pictures taken with these

oldies and cheapies?

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Hello:

 

Castillo San Cristobal (note spelling) it is not the same as San Felipe del Morro. It looks like El Morro to me. Oh well, it has been a while since I left Puerto Rico.

 

It looks good, better than the typical guardpost you see in brochures. Although a photo of the dungeons would've been cool :).

 

 

 

Luis Anaya

 

 

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The composition would work better for me as a vertical (emphasizing the depth) or, alternatively, moving the receding doorways off to one side or another.

 

Mark

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You've lined up the doors nicely but the cropping seems very unbalanced. I would prefer for it to be cropped evenly around the door just so that it looks like the outside of the image was the next door.
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Nice idea. The composition works well here and gave great depth. This scene might be made more interesting if there is something in the foreground, or a person in the distance.

 

Please kindly comment when rating photos.

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Very intense, striking photo. I would crop it a little on the left, though, to put the arch dead center, and try to straighten the floorline. Very nice shot though.
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