A collection of Arcs


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Stoned

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Did a little work on some arcs around and in the esplanade today. Just to share, but CnC also welcome as always.

My favourite airwell
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Outdoor theatre
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the airwell's great! i like #1 best it looks like a smiley face wearing a hat, with a bit of that sinister puppet kinda flavour. d:0)

the outdoor theatre has a good perspective. but the structures at top right are distracting...i can't tell what they are. just the arc itself would be stunning. :)
 

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the airwell's great! i like #1 best it looks like a smiley face wearing a hat, with a bit of that sinister puppet kinda flavour. d:0)

the outdoor theatre has a good perspective. but the structures at top right are distracting...i can't tell what they are. just the arc itself would be stunning. :)
Didn't quite see it that way but I'm glad you found your own interpretation of it! I was really trying to look for a better visual balance for the arc of the outdoor theatre, not quite it huh. Thanks for bothering to comment.
 

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Looked like a scene from a sci-fi movie set.
 

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#2 should have been good if the red ring is complete.
 

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#2 should have been good if the red ring is complete.
Well, not exactly, i preferred it like that when I shot it. Why don't you shoot an image with the red ring complete to compare, to demonstrate what you think "should" be done.

I noticed you dug up my threads, probably because I commented that your orange image was boring. Oh well, personally I'm cool with that
 

enyu

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very defensive person .... learn to take some critiques and be more humble please. :thumbsd: :thumbsd: :thumbsd:
 

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Love the Waterfront Arch, and contrary to popular belief, I'd say the overhead light frames add a contextual bit to the photo.
 

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very defensive person .... learn to take some critiques and be more humble please. :thumbsd: :thumbsd: :thumbsd:
Enyu, the reason why i responded like that is because jaredpogi is not serious in the first place. He dug up my threads simply to give negative critique as part of a personal vendetta. I would not have responded like this other wise. Serious critique will demand a serious response. Banal critique will receive such a response.

See original thread here.
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=229542
 

jaredpogi

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Enyu, the reason why i responded like that is because jaredpogi is not serious in the first place. He dug up my threads simply to give negative critique as part of a personal vendetta. I would not have responded like this other wise. Serious critique will demand a serious response. Banal critique will receive such a response.

See original thread here.
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=229542
pffft, too much excuses...
 

enyu

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Enyu, the reason why i responded like that is because jaredpogi is not serious in the first place. He dug up my threads simply to give negative critique as part of a personal vendetta. I would not have responded like this other wise. Serious critique will demand a serious response. Banal critique will receive such a response.

See original thread here.
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=229542
whatever it is, I hope everyone here can communicate with humor & make this forum a place everyone share & learn. :)
 

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