The skies was finally abit better on saturday so I went to around the bugis area to shoot. Around 6pm i noticed the skies over city area had an orange tint so i decided to make my way over to Pinnacle@Duxton. Was lucky that day as the sunset was better than average and the high vantage point offered rarely seen views of singapore unless you work in one of the CBD's skyscrapers. Must have been my lucky day as the strong winds that people have encounted at the top was reduced to a gentle breeze, making long exposures more managable. Shot was taken with a canon 50mm1.4 @ iso400, f11, 1/3s, with a gold and blue polarizer.
1. in what area is critique to be sought?
I am currently experimenting with new PP workflows and would I to know how well I did with this image with respect to colour reproduction and realism. All other critiques are also welcomed.
2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
I wanted to capture the sunset and show a little bit of the foreground elements without having them underexposed as a silhouette.
3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
This photo was taken at the Pinnacle@Duxton 50th storey skybridge at around 7:18pm.
4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
Personally I was surprised by this result but I am unsure how others perceive this photo as the colours are on the wild side. Would like to know if I overdone it this time.