The subject in the shots below, and the perspective is just short of being interesting. It did not help that it is perhaps, the most photographed subject in Singapore.
#1. I would have preferred a tad bit more exposure, or if a silohuette is what you want, then the buildings should be darker, near black. The exposure that u have chosen seems somewhat in between. I understand that the drama of the sky would not be captured if the image was exposed longer. A grad filter would be useful, but if I do not have one... , I'll PS a little. What I usually do is to super impose 2 images, one which is -1/3 and one that is +1/3 (Easily done in RAW). I would then keep the sky for the underexposed image and the buildings for the overexposed image (use an eraser or something).
The converging lines of the buildings can be a flaw, or feature. In this case, I like the converging effect.
#2 and #3. While technically pretty good, I did not like the converging lines / perspective. I wished u had kept the camera pointing straight ahead .... . ANd the composition is a tad boring.
I hope these comments are taken in a good way. =) .
None of the pictures appeal to me, and besides, i don't understand the captions for picture two and second, they look like normal snapshots to me. besides, the buildings are too small, i don't see what's the main interest in the picture?
for the 1st picture, as marcwang has stated, i would prefer the buildings to be a tad more exposed. and of course, a more dramatic sunset.
marc boi, ltns... hope the flash is going well. Alright, thanks for the comments and point outs, I did shoot RAW for the images, perhaps will try on the +1/3 -1/3 imposing and see if I can fix the image, t'was just a shot I thought capturing since the sky was good, the last two was .. urm.. no excuses
Thank junyang for your comments, I will bear in mind on my composition & try something more captivating next time, I was a bit tad limited by my location, should have gone nearer and tried a level perspective with something more interesting...