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    Smile Solid Gate

    1. in what area is critique to be sought?
    Lightning and Composition

    2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
    Nice shadows apply under the bridge

    3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    Infinity

    4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
    The reflection light on the river is distracting

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    Default Re: Solid Gate

    This is unique. Stands out from the crowd.
    But won't it be nicer in colours?

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    Default Re: Solid Gate

    if symmetry is what you are going for, my suggestion is to lose some of the sides to make this a 4:3 crop because the stray light peeking out is not symmetrical on both sides.

    this is a very common shot, just to take note, nothing wrong with that, just mentioning it.

    other than that, i don't know how you did your bnw conversion, but it is horribly flat and doesn't do much for the potential and light here.

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    Default Re: Solid Gate

    CnC
    • under exposed
    • low contrast


    suggestion
    • could be better if hdr (b/w or colored)
    • wider FOV (more on personal taste but it could be nicer)

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    This picture is taken during the night , i saw the light on both legs and some reflection behind .

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    Hmm most definitely can be more dramatic if it's HDR.... it's a bit under-exposed as well, don't you think? I like the B&W though; I think the shot might lose the 'Asphalt Jungle' tone if you go colour it up.

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