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    Default Blue Hour.

    Ricoh GRII APS-C size CMOS compact digicam + GW-3 Wide Conversion Lens

    Your c & c would be helpful and appreciated. Thank you.

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    My few cents :

    1. Exposure : I think its at least 1.5 stops too dim. Next time, try a few exposures of the scene. If not, you can still raise this one in the raw converter.

    2. Composition : Building to the left a bit too big and makes the viewer take attention to it, but it does not have much to offer visually. So the composition looks un-balanced.

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    not really an expert. but i think Pinholecam sums up most of the point.

    The two structure to the left is quite distracting.

    Do share more images of your future shots too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    not really an expert. but i think Pinholecam sums up most of the point.

    The two structure to the left is quite distracting.

    Do share more images of your future shots too
    Noted with thanks.

    I will..
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    My few cents :

    1. Exposure : I think its at least 1.5 stops too dim. Next time, try a few exposures of the scene. If not, you can still raise this one in the raw converter.

    2. Composition : Building to the left a bit too big and makes the viewer take attention to it, but it does not have much to offer visually. So the composition looks un-balanced.
    Noted with thanks.
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