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    any comments on this guys?

    Last edited by audibum; 17th December 2006 at 09:20 AM.

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    Nice, but i find the crop on the left abit tight.
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    ok noted. will recrop tks!

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    oh ya, while u are at it... i find making the bridge as the horizon look better... its a little slanted
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    done...looks better

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    mind telling which is the main subject in this pic? I find the many lines in the pic fighting for attention instead of complementing one another, thus creating a very confusing composition.

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    abit out of focus
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    no main subject in this photo, didn't intend to have one main one...shot the bridge by itself and hotel by itself and tot they look better together with the backdrop of the marina lights.

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    is the photo on the green hue side or is it my screen?

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    erm, your screen?
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    IMHO, if you want this kind of shot maybe better to go at the sidewalk near the bridge in the picture, take the bridge slanting, with its lines leading to the hotel...

    post it if you do =p

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