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    Default Re: Merlion in HDR

    Quote Originally Posted by chiangkxv View Post
    Framing seems too tight. More space to the left and right of the frame might work better.
    I agree too. For the hdr process, I don't really see halo effects and i think is fine and you can afford to have more contrast.
    The flower pot is a little distracting.
    Here is an example on some space between left and right but of course you can still have more and better space for a better composition with a different angle.
    Don't follow what i do here and again is an example on space in the frame..



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc

    I agree too. For the hdr process, I don't really see halo effects and i think is fine and you can afford to have more contrast.
    The flower pot is a little distracting.
    Here is an example on some space between left and right but of course you can still have more and better space for a better composition with a different angle.
    Don't follow what i do here and again is an example on space in the frame..

    Please let me know to remove image.
    Thanks for showing the better composition example will take some note on next shooting. Cheers

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    contrast and colour is great but yea i also find the pot a little distracting

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    quite a good effort in my opinion. just a little nitpick, it'll nice if the building behind doesn't join the merlion, a little gap in-between will be nice

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    Default Re: Merlion in HDR

    Quote Originally Posted by moveslikejagger92 View Post
    contrast and colour is great but yea i also find the pot a little distracting
    Quote Originally Posted by nedy77 View Post
    quite a good effort in my opinion. just a little nitpick, it'll nice if the building behind doesn't join the merlion, a little gap in-between will be nice

    Thanks for the input

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    Yea i think it would be better if an UWA is used, kinda tight.. perhaps a landscape orientated photo might be better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePaper
    Yea i think it would be better if an UWA is used, kinda tight.. perhaps a landscape orientated photo might be better...
    I used 11-16 for this shot but in portrait form. Noted on the tight compo.

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