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    Default The common or uncommon? 1

    Hi all, this is the first time for me to post in this category. Here are somepixs of the all so common Esplanade. Hope I manage to capture some uncommon or unusual ones.

    Here goes,

    Yin & Yang (This pic has been converted to B&W, and only the sky has been edited to enhance the composition of it.)


    Heres the original of the top pic.


    Is the slates of the Esplanade auto louvred?
    Heres one that is opened.

    Hers another that is almost closing.



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    Default Re: The common or uncommon? 1

    Originally posted by Stevick_Lee
    Hi all, this is the first time for me to post in this category. Here are somepixs of the all so common Esplanade. Hope I manage to capture some uncommon or unusual ones.

    Here goes,

    Yin & Yang (This pic has been converted to B&W, and only the sky has been edited to enhance the composition of it.)


    I like this shot the best, and the caption is quite apt with the sky above the darker portion of the Esplanade lighter and vice versa.

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    Thanks, Wolf.

    Have u check out the other post on IR photography? Pls do comment on them too.

    Much appreciation.

    "Forever aspiring for inspirations"
    Stevick
    Singapore
    Gallery: http://www.pbase.com/stevick_lee
    Sony DSC F717
    Fujifilm S304
    Canon Ixus V2
    Ricoh RDC6000
    Nikon F601M

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    hi,

    like the concept of ur first shot.
    however the left to right graduating "sky" don't sit quite well.
    If this is meant to be a graphic type of shot, which i am interpreting it as, then perhaps having a close up of the two opposing dome, one brighter and the other darker would be better. Currently showing the esplanade as it is, is too "realist", and not "graphic".
    cheers

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    pretty nice. I live the 1st shot more. I feel e last 2 shots are a little soft... issit cos of focusing ?

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    Thanks all, for ur kind time to place some comments.

    Much heeded n appreciated.

    "Forever aspiring for inspirations"
    Stevick
    Singapore
    Gallery: http://www.pbase.com/stevick_lee
    Sony DSC F717
    Fujifilm S304
    Canon Ixus V2
    Ricoh RDC6000
    Nikon F601M

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