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    Broken links?

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    Default Re: SG City skyline.

    Originally posted by misato

    Hi misato,

    I like this picture, well composed and exposure done just right. The brown and blue colors merged on the building to give a visually pleasing look, and the contrast is just right. The branch on the left actually works in this case by leading the eyes to the building on the right which I believe is your main subject. The slanting of buildings is acceptable as the building converged toward the center of the picture. The only thing I find distracting, if to knit pick, are the small little dots of lights at the bottom of the picture, and would prefer them cropped out.

    Nice shot.

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    I quite like the second one but it lacks some sharpness.

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    Default Re: Re: SG City skyline.

    Originally posted by ziploc


    Hi misato,

    I like this picture, well composed and exposure done just right. The brown and blue colors merged on the building to give a visually pleasing look, and the contrast is just right. The branch on the left actually works in this case by leading the eyes to the building on the right which I believe is your main subject. The slanting of buildings is acceptable as the building converged toward the center of the picture. The only thing I find distracting, if to knit pick, are the small little dots of lights at the bottom of the picture, and would prefer them cropped out.

    Nice shot.
    Thanks for the feedback.
    Indeed, the UOB tower is my main subject, but i guess my timing for the shot wasnt that good, as it was toward sunset, and light condition wasnt friendly for handheld shooting. If i took it an hour earlier, the picture might be much more outstanding. As for sharpness, maybe the AF was off, or it could be my scanner as it was scanned from the photos at 300 dpi and resized. Next time, i try to do MF more in dim light conditions.

    I didnt see those lights on the viewfinder, and when it was developed, did i realise its there. Will try to find another free day to retake the shot during late afternoon.

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