I took this last year.what do you guys think?
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You've landed a 10/10 photo subject/point of view. The shot composition is textbook, in the full page feature, not the boring done to death meaning.
But. It's not perfect, technically. Hardly anything is, but you want c&c so:
1. The highlights are blown on the building's brickwork and the blacks lacking detail in the reflection of the tree - I'm guessing that's a digital, single photo? Either bracket and hdr-ise it a bit to compensate or try this scene with film to capture both, the scene you composed is worth the highest image detail/quality possible.
2. The entire shot is tilted to the right-how come? If you went with near-perfect symmetry, why not go for straight vertical lines, both the building and the bit of wall on the right edge.
3. Just out of curiosity - why b/w? It works, save the low dynamic range, but I'm curious why you haven't used colour.
Even though you're a little git for making your own thread instead of posting in an existing one, the subject's too gud not to comment.