Merlion Park


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eikin

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the subject is rather lost in the mass of blackness. it is placed too close to the right edge of the frame, one is visually trapped on the right side as the rest of the frame carries no interest. the environment is not exposed enough to inform the viewer of the context. consider taking 2 exposures of the same frame, 1 exposed for the Merlion and 1 exposed for the environment, and later combine them in photoshop.
 

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@photographique, good point. my wife said the same thing. hehe

@all, thanks.
 

biggulp

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It's a technically good shot, but as many would say, it's a tired subject.
 

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Shutter : 10
Aperture : 20
ISO : 100

I adjust the white balance using ZoomBrowser to make Merlion white (or whiter).

Thanks!
 

brenton

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hmmmm i was told to go there and practise my techniques le.......

so if i take photos there, it's better not to post them up since everyone is tired of that subject?
 

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