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    hello, for your comments and critques...hit me with those dollars and cents

    picture taken at sunshine observatory, tokyo.

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    Maybe can decrease exposure further? Cant really see the buildings in the bg hence no feeling of from the top... Looks more like ppl appearing from a door if i had not notice the bg buildings...
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    I like the idea that the 2 subjects are framed up.

    the picture, in my opinion, seems to be tell it own story.

    I LIKED IT.

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    Nice compo.

    Looks quite scarry actually. One step more and you better have a parachute that works.
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    I always have problems with taking these silhouettes. Can you share with me what type of mettering did you use and where did you spot?
    Last edited by standingup; 6th January 2007 at 11:12 PM.

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    hi standingup, was using the canon A80 for that outing and the exif is as follows:

    # Focal length: 11.4mm (35mm equivalent: 58mm)
    # CCD width: 7.11mm
    # Exposure time: 0.0063 s (1/160)
    # Aperture: f/5.6
    # Whitebalance: Auto
    # Metering Mode: matrix


    imouyang, point taken! u're quite right abt the buildings... will try to lower my exposure, and hopefully the weather would be a little better(was slightly hazy, couldnt even see mt fuji frm there) the next time i am there

    any other comments on how can i better improve this pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pangzzz View Post
    hi standingup, was using the canon A80 for that outing and the exif is as follows:

    # Focal length: 11.4mm (35mm equivalent: 58mm)
    # CCD width: 7.11mm
    # Exposure time: 0.0063 s (1/160)
    # Aperture: f/5.6
    # Whitebalance: Auto
    # Metering Mode: matrix


    imouyang, point taken! u're quite right abt the buildings... will try to lower my exposure, and hopefully the weather would be a little better(was slightly hazy, couldnt even see mt fuji frm there) the next time i am there

    any other comments on how can i better improve this pic?
    COol~ I own an A80 too Great camera imo... Anw, not much comments to add but i do quite like the sun light... Quite warm... The mood is there
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