Justice!


jongzg

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#1


1. In what area is critique to be sought?
-Color and Composition
-i would like to find out what the mistakes were.
-what is the best apenture/iso/shutter speed for a picture like this.


2. What one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
-different feelings from different people.

3. Under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
-while walking towards the Singapore river.

4. What the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture?
-colour of the picture.
-is a good picture.

Camera Settings;
-Focal 55mm
-f/8
-iso 3200
-speed 1/60s
 

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Eworms

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Oct 11, 2009
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Continue shooting :)

1) To a tourist, it may look like any old building, so they won't know what relation it has with the title.
2) Framing is too tight. You chop away too much of the building.
3) Underexposed to me

I feel it is better to take the photo in the day if you go by the title. How to make it Justice! i'm not too sure too :think:
 

PaulKami

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#4
Maybe a deeper contrast (and a slightly longer expose) if you wish to portray justice in the night.

Otherwise, day time photo would be good :)

My opinion on framing is to have the dome at the left, and show more on what's on the right (a scale I believe)
 

daredevil123

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Oct 25, 2005
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#5
Way too noisy and way too underexposed. Did you handhold this one?
 

JweiH

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Continue shooting :)

1) To a tourist, it may look like any old building, so they won't know what relation it has with the title.
2) Framing is too tight. You chop away too much of the building.
3) Underexposed to me

I feel it is better to take the photo in the day if you go by the title. How to make it Justice! i'm not too sure too :think:
Day/night can have different perspectives.

In this case, I feel is that justice can glow and shine and prevails in darkness/evilness. :)

In daytime, maybe it could invoke a feeling that justice is above all.

Just my 2cents.
 

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