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    Default Night View Near MBS



    1. in what area is critique to be sought?

    Composition.

    2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?

    The Night scenary of MBS thru the walkway

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

    It's taken in the night, with a tripod

    4) what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture

    I feel that this photo is taken pretty ok, but i am not sure if it seems empty in a way?

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    Default Re: Night View Near MBS

    Empty cos no main subject. Ask yourself questions, what is the scenery here? What is the attraction of the walkway?

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    Default Re: Night View Near MBS

    very flat shot.
    how about trying HDR with this?

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    Default Re: Night View Near MBS

    Quote Originally Posted by tribal.snake View Post
    very flat shot.
    how about trying HDR with this?
    don't think HDR will work on this shoot. The hours are not right.

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    Nvm I shall try during the late afternoon when I have time.
    Having exam now thou.

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    Default Re: Night View Near MBS

    There are issues with composition, timing of the shot and white balance control. HDR cannot correct all these and its most definitely not something which should be used to save a shot. You are better off getting the basics right first.

    Even when the title suggests MBS, the photo almost appeared to me that you are trying very hard to conceal the MBS. These bits and pieces of buildings being concealed behind the trees. As such, the composition is pretty "empty" and devoids the photo of any interesting bits which can grab the viewers' attention. Its not a disconcerting photo to look at but it just doesn't say much.

    The photo has an overly warm colour cast, presumable due to the white balance setting. I suggest you look into that as well.

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