Tried A B&w

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  1. Local

    Local Well-Known Member

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    I that picture is not already cropped you are going to have some trouble rotating it. You will lose some key components in the cropping needed after the rotation. The black and white really makes the image shine. Though I also think a low saturation, slightly overlayed with a black/white gradient map would look great as well. The angle of the photograph did not bother me at first, but after you mentioned it I believe it should be rotated.
     
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    I wouldn't reccommend rotating it at all. Sometimes the tilted image is quite a bit cooler than just a straight on shot, it gives it character, and shows abstraction.
    Just my opinion.

    Nice shot though.
     

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