Sorry, composition is way too loose for my liking.Originally posted by StreetShooter
Disagree. Kid is positioned according to rule of thirds.
The structures within the building form a recurring pattern, and their massiveness serves to contrast with the smallness of the kid. Cropping to just the kid and the planes takes away something from the picture.
Picture is fine as it is. Well, maybe if you do a B&W conversion...
great shot Shadus.......Originally posted by Shadus
Took this while transit in HongKong airport.
Coz i dun mind. Why should I. In fact, I love all the feedback here.Originally posted by roygoh
I liked the shot.
Initially I thought it would have been better if the reflection was minimised by a polarizer. At that angle the polarizer would have been quite effective in removing reflection. Then I though it would actually look unnatural without the reflection in the glass.
By the way, I would have concentrated on emphazing only one dimsion, in this case, the height of the structure again the boy, which I feel would be more focused. I hope I am not braking any forum code by doing this, but here's how I would have composed the picture, and included more space abot the boy if possible:
Just a suggestion. Hope Shadus would not mind.
Actually, I'd be happy to represent you if you wish to bring an action against Roy for copyright infringement. Very reasonable sum of a new Canon EOS1D for the first hour and an EF IS supertele for every subsequent hour.Originally posted by Shadus
Coz i dun mind. Why should I. In fact, I love all the feedback here.
Alamak! I did not use the modified picture for my own benefit leh! There goes my savings plan for the future Nikon X3 sensor-based DSLR....Originally posted by Jed
Actually, I'd be happy to represent you if you wish to bring an action against Roy for copyright infringement. Very reasonable sum of a new Canon EOS1D for the first hour and an EF IS supertele for every subsequent hour.