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    Default A Warm Night in Perth

    It was midnight when i just got my gears back from a friend who I lent my camera stuff to for 3 weeks. The land was bright, lit by the moon, almost a full one. Unintentionally, i steered into the car park of the Bell Towers, attracted by the lights. Soon after i was out from the car, the bells rang and broke the silence of that warm and quiet night. I looked up the sky, and thought about my hometown Kuching...Why did I walk this journey of no return...?

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    Default Re: A Warm Night in Perth

    not bad ...postcard attempt. try the rules of third ...for the moon, shift it more to the left. Might be better that way.

    Suggestion, you might like to lose the railing but taking the photo beside the right railing in your photo.

    Also taking note of the flare. =)

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    Default Re: A Warm Night in Perth

    nice colors u have there. perhaps for this picture , i would prefer u shot it without tilting the horizon , just my humble opinions
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    Default Re: A Warm Night in Perth

    hmm, simply put. where are your main subjects? what are we supposed to look at? i know what i'm looking at, the bright spot smack in the centre of the frame.

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